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Pays: Brunéi Darussalam - Sujet: Elimination du travail forcé

  1. Brunéi Darussalam - Elimination du travail forcé - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Anti-Trafficking in Persons Order, 2019 (No. S 17). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-07-06 | BRN-2019-R-110673

    An Order to criminalise people trafficking and for matters connected herewith or incidental thereto.

  2. Brunéi Darussalam - Elimination du travail forcé - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Trafficking and Smuggling of Persons Order, 2004 (No. S 82). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004-12-20 | BRN-2004-R-71607

    The Order makes trafficking and smuggling in people an offence and sets the penalties for this as well as the exploitation of a trafficked person or the facilitation of the stay of a smuggled person (sections 4-8). Aggravated people smuggling offences carry a heavier penalty (section 9). The consent of a trafficked person is irrelevant (section 10). The Order also sets out provisions related to travel and identity documents, liability of commercial carriers, attempts, abetment and conspiracy, powers of arrest and investigation, powers of search. It also provides for a Trafficking and Smuggling of Person Fund (section 19) to be used, inter alia, to repatriate smuggled or trafficked person, awareness raising campaigns and rewards for those who prevent or suppress trafficking and smuggling.

  3. Brunéi Darussalam - Elimination du travail forcé - Loi

    Women and Girls Protection Act (No. 21 1972) (Cap. 120). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1972 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1973-04-19 | BRN-1972-L-78243

    Provides protection for the trafficking and prostitution of women and girls including during trial process.


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