By exclusively focusing on parental liberties, the Grand Chamber ignored the legitimate interests, fundamental rights and liberties children enjoy in such circumstances as presented by Lautsi.

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Temperman, J.D. (2011). Lautsi II: A lesson in burying fundamental children's rights. Religion and Human Rights: an international journal, 6(3), 279–283. doi:10.1163/187103211X601892