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

    Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Rules, 2062 (2006). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2006-01-20 | NPL-2006-L-95080

    Sets out the responsibilities of employers when employing children in hazardous occupations. Establishes a Child Labour Elimination Committee, pursuant to Section 23 of the Act to give advise to the Government of Nepal, relating to health, security, education, vocational training, to arrange for the appropriate employment, to discourage the deployment of child in any work and to eliminate child Labour.

    Chapter 1 - Preliminary
    Chapter 2 - Notice for Operation of Risky Professions or Activities
    Chapter 3 - Remuneration, Leave and other Facilities
    Chapter 4 - Provisions relating to Health and Security
    Chapter 5 - Miscellaneous

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

    Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 2000. - Unofficial English Translation Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 2000-06-21 | Date of entry into force: 2004-11-16 | NPL-2000-L-57354

    Regulates employment of children who have not completed 16 years of age. Employment of children who have not completed 14 years of age is prohibited. Makes provision for information to be furnished with regard to employment of children; approval to be obtained; certificates of eligibility to be obtained; hours of employment; remuneration and facilities; health and safety of children; dispute concerning age; register, inspections and removal from employment; penalties and appeals, as well as some related matters. Contains a list of hazardous work that is prohibited to employ children for.

  3. Nepal - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Child (Development and Rehabilitation) Fund Rules.

    Adoption: 1996-07-29 | NPL-1996-R-45474

    Establishes a Child (Development and Rehabilitation) Fund which shall have the function of developing and implementing programmes to provide for the intellectual and physical development of children who belong to the age group prohibited from working, as well as children that had previously worked in an enterprise. Inter alia, such programmes shall include day-care centres for children of workers.

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

    Children's Rules, 2051 (1995). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1995-01-16 | NPL-1995-R-95084

  5. Nepal - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Law, Act

    Children's Act, 2048 (1992) - Unofficial English Translation Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 1992-05-20 | NPL-1992-L-30034

    This Act, which was prompted by the accession by Nepal of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, is comprised of 59 sections and divided into the following chapters: Chapter I: Preliminary. Chapter II: Rights and Interests of Children. Chapter III: Provisions relating to the Protection of the Child and Relating to the Guardian. Chapter IV: Welfare Provisions. Chapter V: Working Hours and Leisure. Chapter VI: Miscellaneous.

  6. Nepal - Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons - Law, Act

    Begging (Prohibition) Act, 1962. - English translation

    Adoption: 1962-04-11 | NPL-1962-L-71667

    Prohibits guardians of children from letting them beg and the giving of money to beggers. Violations are punishable by a fine or three months imprisonment or both.


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