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  1. Côte d'Ivoire - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Décret n° 2014-290 du 21 mai 2014 portant modalités d'application de la loi n° 2010-272 du 30 septembre 2010 portant interdiction de la traite et des pires formes de travail des enfants. - Portail officiel du gouvernement

    Adoption: 2014-05-21 | CIV-2014-R-109655

    Chapitre I: Dispositions générales
    Chapitre II: Conditions d'entrée ou de sortie d'un enfant du territoire national
    Chapitre III: Sanction
    Chapitre IV: Disposition finale

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

    Children Act 1989 (Amendment) (Female Genital Mutilation) Act 2019 (2019 c. 10). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-03-15 | GBR-2019-L-109711

    The Act amends section 8(4) of the Children Act 1989 (“the 1989 Act”) to add proceedings for Female Genital Mutilation Protection Orders (“FGMPOs”) in England and Wales, under Section 5A of, and Schedule 2 to, the Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003, to the list of proceedings which are “family proceedings” for the purpose of the 1989 Act.

    The effect of the amendment proposed by the Act would be to allow an applicant for an FGMPO to also apply for a care or supervision order (or other such appropriate order under the 1989 Act) as part of the same proceedings, rather than having to make separate applications for such orders as at present. It will also mean that when a court is dealing with a FGMPO, it will also have powers available under the Children Act 1989 to make other orders regarding the welfare of the child. This will increase the ability of the court to protect children at risk.


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