• Nathalia Santos Pezzi
This thesis analyses, through a case study, how can gender, and gender deconstruction perspectives influence in the application of The 1980 Hague Convention in Brazil. This application refers to the first decisions in court of the country of abduction, that has its solely verdict the assurance of the prompt return of the child to the country of habitual residence, or the non-return in exception cases. Those exceptions include the non-return in the possibility that the child could suffer psychological or physical harm. The cases of Ghisi and Goldman were used for the analysis of the phenomena and the implications that gender has in it. Both cases involve mothers that have “runaway” with their children back to their home countries. However, the two women had different reasons and outcomes to their cases.
SpecialisationGlobal Gender Studies
LanguageEnglish
Publication date2023
Number of pages62
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