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  1. Austria - Elimination of forced labour - Law, Act

    Federal Act Promoting Volunteer Work (Volunteering Law - FreiwG). (Bundesgesetz zur Förderung von freiwilligem Engagement (Freiwilligengesetz - FreiwG)) - Act on-line in German

    Adoption: 2012-03-27 | Date of entry into force: 2012-06-01 | AUT-2012-L-93616

    Part 1 General provisions
    § 1. Goals
    § 2. Promotion of volunteer work
    § 3. Voluntary organizations
    § 4. Voluntary reporting and internet portal
    Part 2 Voluntary social year
    § 5. Subject Matter
    § 6. Voluntary social year
    § 7. Participants
    § 8. Carrier
    § 9. Work place
    § 10. Information requirements
    § 11. Quality Assurance
    § 12. Agreement and certificate
    § 13. Exemption
    § 14. Time constraints
    § 15. Maternity protection
    § 16. Limitation of Liability
    § 17. Monitoring and Penalties
    § 18. Equal treatment
    § 19. Use of personal data
    § 20. Jurisdiction of the Labour and Social Courts
    § 21. Promotion
    Part 3 Voluntary environmental year
    § 22. Regulatory subject
    § 23. Voluntary environmental year
    § 24. Applicable regulations
    Part 4 Memorial service, peace and social service abroad
    § 25. Regulatory subject
    § 26. Memorial service, peace and social service abroad
    § 27. Applicable regulations
    Part 5 Austrian Council for Voluntary Work
    § 28. Equipment
    § 29. Target
    § 30. Tasks
    § 31. Members
    § 32. Appointment
    § 33. Convening of meetings
    § 34. Quorum
    § 35. Management and Regulation
    Part 6 Recognition Fund for Volunteering
    § 36. Fund Beneficiaries
    § § 37 to 39 Grants
    § 40. Jurisdiction
    § § 41 and 42 Means
    § 43 Management of the Fund
    § 44 Costs bearer
    Part 7 Final Provisions.


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