Référence bibliographique 
Capdevila Brophy, Connie, D’Abate, Dominic A., Mazzoni, Silvia et Giudice, Elena. 2020. «Emerging Parenting Coordination Practices Around the Globe: What We Have Learned ». Family Court Review, vol. 58, no 3, p. 710-729.
«This article will take a closer look at recent developments in Canada, Spain, and Italy regarding the implementation of the parenting coordination practice, its legal context and challenges, and the professional profile and competencies of parenting coordinators (PCs). A special emphasis will be placed on issues related to intimate partner violence (IPV), confidentiality, decision-making power, referral mechanisms, and court appointments.» (p. 711)
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Results show that «most emerging jurisdictions in Canada, Spain, and Italy are moving forward in the development of a common vision and practice to promote parenting coordination as an important service that addresses the need to protect children in families whose parents experience high conflict coparenting dynamics following parental separation or divorce.» (p. 725) Concerning the Province of Quebec, «although parenting coordination is broadly accepted as an important dispute resolution process, legislative changes recognizing and defining parenting coordination practice in the code of civil procedure, as is the case with family mediation, are yet to be introduced. In the past three years, a multidisciplinary committee representing three professional regulating bodies comprised of social workers, psychologists, and lawyers have drawn up parenting coordination guidelines adapted and based on those developed by the AFCC [Association of Family and Conciliation Courts] (2005). As a result, the respective administrative boards of these regulating bodies have recognized parenting coordination practice.» (p. 715) «Additionally, with the exception of Quebec, all provinces require PCs to have extensive training in the use of arbitration as a decision-making process. In Quebec, more attention is given to the process of making recommendations within limits set by the court or the coparents.» (p. 725)