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  1. Georgia - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Law, Act

    Law of Georgia on Adoption and Foster Care No. 746-IIS, adopted on 4 May 2017 - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-05-04 | Date of entry into force: 2017-05-24 | GEO-2017-L-104534

    Chapter I - General provisions
    Chapter II - Main conditions for adoption
    Chapter III - Adoption of a child in Georgia
    Chapter IV - International adoption
    Chapter V - Court decision on adoption, legal consequences of adoption, and confidentiality of adoption
    Chapter VI - Annulment or reversal of adoption
    Chapter VII - Foster care
    Chapter VIII - Transitional and Final Provisions.

    This Law establishes the rules and conditions for adoption and foster care, regulates relations between the State and the adoptive/foster care provider subjects, and regulates relations between the State of origin and the State of adoption. This law stipulates that the Law of Georgia on Adoption and Foster Care of 18 December 2009 shall be repealed.

  2. Georgia - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Law, Act

    Juvenile Justice Code of Georgia No. 3708-IIS, adopted on 12 June 2015 - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-06-12 | Date of entry into force: 2015-06-24 | GEO-2015-L-104525

    Chapter I - Juvenile Justice Legislation and its Scope
    Chapter II - General Principles of Juvenile Justice
    Chapter III - Persons Administering Juvenile Justice Procedure
    Chapter IV - Minor Witnesses and Minor Victims
    Chapter V - General Rules of Juvenile Justice Procedure
    Chapter VI - Release of Minors from Criminal Liability
    Chapter VII - Arrest of Minors; Investigation and Criminal Prosecution
    Chapter VIII - Hearing juvenile cases in court
    Chapter IX - Pre-trial Preventive Measures
    Chapter X - Objectives and Types of the Sentences, Conditional Sentence
    Chapter XI - Sentencing Minors
    Chapter XII - Execution of Non-custodial Sentences
    Chapter XIII - Conditions of Minors in Detention and Prison Facilities
    Chapter XIV - Preparation of a minor for release; care for, resocialisation and rehabilitation of a minor after serving a conditional or other sentence
    Chapter XV - Transitional Provisions

    Article 45, para. 2 (b) stipulates that minors may be obligated to start working with the assistance of a specialised state agency; Article 69, para. 4 stipulates that house arrest shall be imposed on a minor in a manner that its execution does not obstruct the performance of remunerated work or education; Article 71, para. 1 stipulates that community service shall be imposed on a minor for a period of 40 to 300 hours; Article 71, para. 3 stipulates that community service shall be imposed on a minor in a manner that its execution does not obstruct the performance of a remunerated work; Article 71, para. 4 stipulates that when imposing community service on a minor, it is desirable that the minor is assigned to work at a place where he/she can acquire the experience and skills necessary to become a member of society; Article 85 - Working opportunities of a minor stipulates that 1. An accused or convicted minor may perform remunerated work. 2. An accused or convicted minor shall work after his/her studies, and the combined time of work and education shall not exceed eight hours a day. 3. The administration of a juvenile rehabilitation facility shall promote the performance of remunerated work by minors. Accused or convicted minors may work outside the juvenile rehabilitation facility. 4. An accused or convicted minor may only perform the work that facilitates his/her professional training and employment after release, and that does not impede his/her education. 5. A convicted minor placed in a juvenile rehabilitation facility may not be employed to perform general maintenance duties.

  3. Georgia - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Law, Act

    Law No. 2381-IIs of 18 December 2009 on Adoption and Tutorship Upbringing. (შვილად აყვანისა და მინდობით აღზრდის შესახებ) - Laws on-line in Georgian

    Adoption: 2009-12-18 | Date of entry into force: 2010-01-01 | GEO-2009-L-85367

    Part I: General Provisions
    Part II: Respecting the Procedure of Adoption and Tutorship by Competent Bodies and the Competencies of these Bodies
    Part III: Procedure for Adoption
    Part IV: Procedure for Tutorship
    Part V: Transitional and Final Provisions

  4. Georgia - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Order No. 147/N, 3 May 2007 of the Minister of Labor, Health and Social Affairs 2007 “On Approving the List of Heavy, Harmful and Hazardous Work” (საქართველოს მინისტრის ბრძანება „მძიმე, მავნე და საშიშპირობებიან სამუშაოთა ნუსხის“ დამტკიცების თაობაზე) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2007-05-03 | GEO-2007-R-106490


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