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Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 94 years

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 94 years

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 94 years

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 94 years 

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Centre National pour la Médiation et la Résolution des Conflits - Lire les témoignages

"Cross border family disputes are nowadays mostly law driven.
The party-parents apply to attorneys for advice and they lead them to require jurisdiction which is in favour of each of them. Consequently, the party-parents find themselves in an international battlefield over the children.

The handbook introduce, in a most clear and professional manner, to party-parents and family advisors, a different option to resolve their international family dispute through mediation. The reliable comprehensive guidebook, published by the expertise of the ISS, approves them that this option can serve the best interests of the children and also a trustworthy possibility for themselves"

Dr. P. Segal

IRC and ISS reserved area

ISS Global Report 2016