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  1. Myanmar - Élimination du travail des enfants, protection des enfants et des adolescents - Loi

    The Child Rights Law, 2019 (Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Law No. 22/2019) the 7th Waning Day of Waso, 1381 ME (23rd July 2019).

    Adoption: 2019-07-23 | MMR-2019-L-109405

    4. The objectives of this law are as follows:
    a. to implement the rights of the child as stated in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
    b. to promote the best interests of children and to protect the rights of the child according to the law.
    c. to put into practice the necessary arrangements including basic health, nutrition and access to educational opportunity for all round development of children.
    d. to provide the protection by the State, volunteers and non government organizations to children who are the victims of neglect, abuse, cruelty and exploitation.
    e. to strive for the ethical correction of juvenile offenders by proceeding the trial of juvenile crimes separately.
    f. to ensure that all children have the relevant rights and protection equally as per the existing law and that there is no discrimination of children.

  2. Myanmar - Élimination du travail des enfants, protection des enfants et des adolescents - Loi

    Maternity and Child Care Law (Pyidaungsu Hluttaw Law No 34 of 2018). (၂၀၁၈ ခုနှစ်၊ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံ မိခင်နှင့်ကလေး စောင့်ရှောက်ရေးအသင်းဥပဒေ) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-12-11 | MMR-2018-L-108185

  3. Myanmar - Élimination du travail des enfants, protection des enfants et des adolescents - Loi

    Law Amending the Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association Law (No. 12/1993). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1993-09-21 | MMR-1993-L-73087

    Amends sections 3, 7, 21, 29 and 30 of the principal Law.

  4. Myanmar - Élimination du travail des enfants, protection des enfants et des adolescents - Loi

    The Child Law (Law No. 9/93). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1993-07-14 | MMR-1993-L-72890

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Aims
    Chapter III - Formation of the Committee
    Chapter IV - Duties and Powers of the Committee
    Chapter V - Rights of the Child (includes the right to work in accordance with law and of his own volition and the right to hours of employment, rest and leisure, Art. 24).
    Chapter VI - Exemption from Penal Action
    Chapter VII - Ethics and Discipline of a Child
    Chapter VIII - Child in need of Protection and Care
    Chapter IX - Taking Action against a Child for an Offence
    Chapter X - Trial of Juvenile Cases
    Chapter XI - Safeguarding Children Against Dangers
    Chapter XII - Custody and Care of Children and Youths in Prisons
    Chapter XIII - Training School, Temporary Care Station, Home, Residential Nursery
    Chapter XIV - Powers of the Minister
    Chapter XV - Probation Officer
    Chapter XVI - Homes Established by a Voluntary Social Worker or a Non-Governmental Organization
    Chapter XVII - Offences and Penalties
    Chapter XVIII - Youth who has committed an offence
    Chapter XIX - Miscellaneous

  5. Myanmar - Élimination du travail des enfants, protection des enfants et des adolescents - Loi

    Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association Law (No. 21/90). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1990-11-09 | MMR-1990-L-73050

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Objectives of the Association
    Chapter III - Formation
    Chapter IV - Membership and Termination of Membership
    Chapter V - Duties and Powers
    Chapter VI - Finance
    Chapter VII - Miscellaneous


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