Contents: Preface, Mare-Claire Foblets; Distorting minority laws? Religious diversity and European legal systems, Prakash
Shah; Plurality-conscious rebalancing of family law regulation in Europe, Werner Menski; Family and the law in Europe: bringing
together secular legal orders and religious norms and needs, Mathias Rohe; On the cooperation between religious and state
institutions in family matters: Nordic experiences, Maarit Jantera-Jareborg; The uniformisation of family law in Europe and
the place of ethnic minorities, Domenico Francavilla; Defending the family treasure chest: navigating Muslim families and
secured positivistic islands of European legal systems, Federica Sona; Cross-border family cases and religious diversity:
what can judges do?, Maarit Jantera-Jareborg; Secrets and lies: when ethnic minority youth have a nikah, Anika Liversage;
'Without our church we will disappear': Syrian Orthodox Christians in diaspora and the family law of the church, Annika Rabo;
Religious divorce in England and Wales: religious tribunals in action, Gillian Douglas, Russell Sandberg, Norman Doe, Sophie
Gilliat-Ray and Asma Khan; Kurdish 'unofficial' family law in the gurbet, Latif Taa'GBP; Index. The views expressed during
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