FamLaPP is a cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional research cluster on family law, practices, and policies, endorsed by the The Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) and hosted by the Institute of Law, Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University (AAU), Denmark. Historically, the exchange leading to the establishment of this cluster started within the field of Danish family law but developed through an intellectual exchange between law studies and anthropology in Denmark, and then added a comparative law and a cultural historical dimension within a Nordic context. The latest addition to the perspectives of the network has been the inclusion of international experts in comparative family law and in cross-disciplinary family and gender studies.
FamLaPP: Family Law, Practices and Policies
Thematic map in Family & Law on Scandinavian, Spanish and Catalan law
The output from the second workshop supported by The joint committee for Nordic research councils in the humanities and social sciences (NOS-HS) has now landed in the form of three new contributions on www.familyandlaw.eu.
Marianne Holdgaard: Menneskeretligt uacceptabelt med flere måneders ventetid på samvær i det familieretlige system
Third annual FamLaPP workshop
The Workshop will be held digitally on 15 – 17 June 2021. The workshop title is: REGULATING ACTUAL FAMILY PRACTICES IN THE 21ST CENTURY - NORDIC WELFARE SOCIETIES AS A CASE
First Annual Conference
The Nordic Centre for the Study of Family Law, Practices and Policies (FamLaPP) at Aalborg University, Denmark, just concluded its first annual conference, October 6-8, 2018 in Aalborg.