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Identità culturale e diritti della persona nelle relazioni familiari: la clausola generale dell’ordine pubblico internazionale ed il ruolo del giudice

novitàdigital Identità culturale e diritti della persona nelle relazioni familiari:
la clausola generale dell’ordine pubblico internazionale
ed il ruolo del giudice
Articolo
rivista JUS
fascicolo JUS - 2020 - 1
titolo Identità culturale e diritti della persona nelle relazioni familiari: la clausola generale dell’ordine pubblico internazionale ed il ruolo del giudice
Cultural identity and human rights in family relationships: the general clause of international public order and the role of the judge
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editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 11-2020
doi 10.26350/004084_000050
issn 00226955 (stampa)
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Multicultural societies are characterized by the presence of ‘‘new minorities’’, bearers of their own cultural identity, as well as marriage and family models inspired by principles often found in customary law or in the legal systems of the religions of the countries of origin. In the context of family relations, legal issues related to multiculturalism tend to be resolved by the courts by applying the general clause of international public policy. The latter, however, is still at the centre of intense elaboration by legal scholars and, above all, by case-law. From this point of view, the essay examines various aspects, including polygamic marriage and repudiation, seen from the point of view of public order, as well as the legal position of the minor. With regard to the latter subject, in particular, it is noted that the judge must make a delicate effort to balance the protection of the child’s interests and the safeguarding of his religious and cultural identity.

keywords

legal multiculturalism, interlegality, cultural identity, religious freedom, international public order, polygamy, repudiation, self-determination of the child.