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Artikel 24 - De rechten van het kind

1. Kinderen hebben recht op de bescherming en de zorg die nodig zijn voor hun welzijn. Zij mogen vrijelijk hun mening uiten. Aan hun mening in hen betreffende aangelegenheden wordt in overeenstemming met hun leeftijd en rijpheid passend belang gehecht.
2. Bij alle handelingen in verband met kinderen, ongeacht of deze worden verricht door overheidsinstanties of particuliere instellingen, vormen de belangen van het kind een essentiële overweging.
3. Ieder kind heeft het recht, regelmatig persoonlijke betrekkingen en rechtstreekse contacten met zijn beide ouders te onderhouden, tenzij dit tegen zijn belangen indruist.

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  • Child Protection Act
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    Child Protection Act
    Country:
    Estonia

    § 2. Purpose of Act This Act shall be established in order to form behaviour and way of life which value and promote the development of children in the society, to create a supporting environment for children, to set the best interests of children as primary consideration, to improve the quality of life of children, to support the comprehensive development of children and to ensure the necessary assistance and care in a timely manner for children whose health and well-being is in danger in conformity with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the optional protocols thereto (hereinafter the convention) and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and other relevant legislation. § 3. Scope of application of Act (1) The provisions of this Act shall be applied to state and local government agencies and the officials thereof, legal persons in public and private law and natural persons who are in contact with children and child protection in their activities. (2) For the purposes of this Act, a child means every human being below the age of eighteen years. If the age of a person is unknown and there is reason to believe that the person is below the age of eighteen years, the person shall be deemed to be a child until proven otherwise.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Estonia
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    Constitution of the Republic of Estonia
    Country:
    Estonia

    Article 26. Everyone is entitled to inviolability of his or her private and family life. Government agencies, local authorities, and their officials may not interfere with any person’s private or family life, except in the cases and pursuant to a procedure provided by law to protect public health, public morality, public order or the rights and freedoms of others, to prevent a criminal offence, or to apprehend the offender. Article 27. The family, which is fundamental to the preservation and growth of the nation and which constitutes the foundation of society, enjoys the protection of the government. Spouses have equal rights. Parents have the right and the duty to raise their children and to provide for them. The protection of parents and children is provided by law. The family is required to provide for its members who are in need.

  • Eesti Vabariigi Põhiseadus
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    Eesti Vabariigi Põhiseadus
    Country:
    Estonia

    § 26.Igaühel on õigus perekonna- ja eraelu puutumatusele. Riigiasutused, kohalikud omavalitsused ja nende ametiisikud ei tohi kellegi perekonna- ega eraellu sekkuda muidu, kui seaduses sätestatud juhtudel ja korras tervise, kõlbluse, avaliku korra või teiste inimeste õiguste ja vabaduste kaitseks, kuriteo tõkestamiseks või kurjategija tabamiseks. § 27.Perekond rahva püsimise ja kasvamise ning ühiskonna alusena on riigi kaitse all.Abikaasad on võrdõiguslikud.Vanematel on õigus ja kohustus kasvatada oma lapsi ja hoolitseda nende eest. Seadus sätestab vanemate ja laste kaitse. Perekond on kohustatud hoolitsema oma abivajavate liikmete eest. 

  • Lastekaitseseadus
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    Lastekaitseseadus
    Country:
    Estonia

    § 2. Seaduse eesmärk Käesolev seadus kehtestatakse last väärtustava ning lapse arengut soodustava käitumise ja elulaadi kujundamiseks ühiskonnas, last toetava keskkonna loomiseks, lapse huvide esikohale seadmiseks, lapse elukvaliteedi parendamiseks, lapse igakülgse arengu toetamiseks ning tervist ja heaolu ohustavates tingimustes olevale lapsele õigeaegse ja asjakohase abi ja hoolduse tagamiseks kooskõlas Ühinenud Rahvaste Organisatsiooni lapse õiguste konventsiooni ja selle lisaprotokollidega (edaspidi konventsioon) ning Euroopa Liidu põhiõiguste harta ja teiste asjakohaste õigusaktidega. § 3. Seaduse kohaldamisala (1) Käesolevas seaduses sätestatut kohaldatakse riigi ja kohaliku omavalitsuse üksuste ametiasutustele ning nende ametiisikutele, avalik-õiguslikele ja eraõiguslikele juriidilistele isikutele ning füüsilistele isikutele, kes oma tegevuses puutuvad kokku laste ja lastekaitsega. (2) Käesolev seadus peab lapseks iga alla 18-aastast isikut. Kui isiku vanus ei ole teada ja on põhjust arvata, et ta on alla 18-aastane, käsitatakse isikut lapsena, kuni ei ole tõendatud vastupidist.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Croatia
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    Constitution of the Republic of Croatia
    Country:
    Croatia

    Article 63 The state shall protect maternity, children and youth, and shall create social, cultural, educational, material and other conditions promoting the achievement of the right to a dignified life. Article 64 Parents shall bear responsibility for the upbringing, welfare and education of their children,and they shall have the right and freedom to make independent decisions concerning the upbringing of their children. Parents shall be responsible for ensuring the right of their children to the full and harmonious development of their personalities. Physically and mentally disabled and socially neglected children shall be entitled to special care, education and welfare. Children shall be obliged to take care of their elderly and infirm parents. The state shall devote special care to orphans and minors neglected by their parents. Article 65 Everyone shall have the duty to protect children and infirm persons. Children shall not be employed before reaching the age specified by law, nor shall they be forced or allowed to do any work that is harmful to their health or morality. Young people, mothers and disabled persons shall be entitled to special protection at work.

  • Ustav Republike Hrvatske
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    Ustav Republike Hrvatske
    Country:
    Croatia

    Članak 63. Država štiti materinstvo, djecu i mladež te stvara socijalne, kulturne, odgojne, materijalne i druge uvjete kojima se promiče ostvarivanje prava na dostojan život. Članak 64. Roditelji su dužni odgajati, uzdržavati i školovati djecu te imaju pravo i slobodu da samostalno odlučuju o odgoju djece. Roditelji su odgovorni osigurati pravo djetetu na potpun i skladan razvoj njegove osobnosti. Tjelesno i duševno oštećeno i socijalno zapušteno dijete ima pravo na osobitu njegu, obrazovanje i skrb. Djeca su dužna brinuti se za stare i nemoćne roditelje. Država osobitu skrb posvećuje maloljetnicima bez roditelja i onima za koje se ne brinu roditelji. Članak 65. Dužnost je svih da štite djecu i nemoćne osobe. Djeca ne mogu biti primljena na rad prije zakonom određene dobi niti smiju biti prisiljavana na rad koji štetno utječe na njihovo zdravlje ili ćudoređe, niti im se takav rad smije dopustiti. Mladež, majke i osobe s invaliditetom imaju pravo na osobitu zaštitu na radu.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria
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    Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria
    Country:
    Bulgaria

    Art. 14. The family, motherhood and children shall enjoy the protection of the State and society. Art. 47. (1) The raising and upbringing of children until they come of legal age shall be a right and obligation of their parents and shall be assisted by the State.(2) Mothers shall be the object of special protection on the part of the State and shall be guaranteed prenatal and postnatal leave, free obstetric care, alleviated working conditions and other social assistance.(3) Children born out of wedlock shall enjoy equal rights with those born in wedlock.(4) Abandoned children shall enjoy the protection of the State and society.(5) The conditions and procedure for the restriction or suspension of parental rights shall be established by law.

  • КОНСТИТУЦИЯ на Република България
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    КОНСТИТУЦИЯ на Република България
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    Bulgaria

    Чл. 14.Семейството, майчинството и децата са под закрила на държавата и обществото. Чл. 47. (1) Отглеждането и възпитанието на децата до пълнолетието им е право и задължение на техните родители и се подпомага от държавата.(2) Жената майка се ползва от особената закрила на държавата, която й осигурява платен отпуск преди и след раждане, безплатна акушерска помощ, облекчаване на труда и други социални помощи.(3) Децата, родени извън брака, имат равни права с родените в брака.(4) Децата, останали без грижата на близките си, се намират под особената закрила на държавата и обществото.(5) Условията и редът за ограничаване или отнемане на родителските права се определят със закон.

  • De Belgische Grondwet
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    De Belgische Grondwet
    Country:
    Belgium

    Article 22Ieder heeft recht op eerbiediging van zijn privé-leven en zijn gezinsleven, behoudens in de gevallen en onder de voorwaarden door de wet bepaald.De wet, het decreet of de in artikel 134 bedoelde regel waarborgen de bescherming van dat recht. Article 22bisElk kind heeft recht op eerbiediging van zijn morele, lichamelijke, geestelijke en seksuele integriteit.Elk kind heeft het recht zijn mening te uiten in alle aangelegenheden die het aangaan; met die mening wordt rekening gehouden in overeenstemming met zijn leeftijd en zijn onderscheidingsvermogen. Elk kind heeft recht op maatregelen en diensten die zijn ontwikkeling bevorderen. Het belang van het kind is de eerste overweging bij elke beslissing die het kind aangaat. De wet, het decreet of de in artikel 134 bedoelde regel waarborgen deze rechten van het kind.

  • La Constitution Belge
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    La Constitution Belge
    Country:
    Belgium

    Artikel 22Chacun a droit au respect de sa vie privée et familiale, sauf dans les cas et conditions fixés par la loi.La loi, le décret ou la règle visée à l'article 134 garantissent la protection de ce droit. Article 22bisChaque enfant a droit au respect de son intégrité morale, physique, psychique et sexuelle.Chaque enfant a le droit de s'exprimer sur toute question qui le concerne; son opinion est prise en considération, eu égard à son âge et à son discernement. Chaque enfant a le droit de bénéficier des mesures et services qui concourent à son développement.Dans toute décision qui le concerne, l'intérêt de l'enfant est pris en considération de manière primordiale. La loi, le décret ou la règle visée à l'article 134 garantissent ces droits de l'enfant.

  • The Belgian Constitution
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    The Belgian Constitution
    Country:
    Belgium

    Article 22Everyone has the right to the respect of his private and family life, except in the cases and conditions determined by law. The laws, federate laws and rules referred to in Article 134 guarantee the protection of this right. Article 22bisEach child is entitled to have his or her moral, physical, mental and sexual integrity respected.Each child has the right to express his or her views in all matters affecting him or her, the views of the child being given due weight in accordance with his or her age and maturity.Each child has the right to benefit from measures and facilities which promote his or her development.In all decisions concerning children, the interest of the child is a primary consideration. The law, federate law or rule referred to in Article 134 ensures these rights of the child.

  • Jugendwohlfahrtsgesetz 1989
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    Jugendwohlfahrtsgesetz 1989
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    Austria
  • Youth Welfare Act 1989
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    Youth Welfare Act 1989
    Country:
    Austria
  • Bundes-Verfassungsgesetz (B-VG)
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    Bundes-Verfassungsgesetz (B-VG)
    Country:
    Austria

    Artikel 14 (5a) […] Im partnerschaftlichen Zusammenwirken von Schülern, Eltern und Lehrern ist Kindern und Jugendlichen die bestmögliche geistige, seelische und körperliche Entwicklung zu ermöglichen, damit sie zu gesunden, selbstbewussten, glücklichen, leistungsorientierten, pflichttreuen, musischen und kreativen Menschen werden, die befähigt sind, an den sozialen, religiösen und moralischen Werten orientiert Verantwortung für sich selbst, Mitmenschen, Umwelt und nachfolgende Generationen zu übernehmen. Jeder Jugendliche soll seiner Entwicklung und seinem Bildungsweg entsprechend zu selbständigem Urteil und sozialem Verständnis geführt werden, dem politischen, religiösen und weltanschaulichen Denken anderer aufgeschlossen sein sowie befähigt werden, am Kultur- und Wirtschaftsleben Österreichs, Europas und der Welt teilzunehmen und in Freiheits- und Friedensliebe an den gemeinsamen Aufgaben der Menschheit mitzuwirken.

  • Bundesverfassungsgesetz über die Rechte von Kindern
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    Bundesverfassungsgesetz über die Rechte von Kindern
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    Austria

    Artikel 1 Jedes Kind hat Anspruch auf den Schutz und die Fürsorge, die für sein Wohlergehen notwendig sind, auf bestmögliche Entwicklung und Entfaltung sowie auf die Wahrung seiner Interessen auch unter dem Gesichtspunkt der Generationengerechtigkeit. Bei allen Kinder betreffenden Maßnahmen öffentlicher und privater Einrichtungen muss das Wohl des Kindes eine vorrangige Erwägung sein. Artikel 2 (1) Jedes Kind hat Anspruch auf regelmäßige persönliche Beziehungen und direkte Kontakte zu beiden Elternteilen, es sei denn, dies steht seinem Wohl entgegen. Artikel 4 Jedes Kind hat das Recht auf angemessene Beteiligung und Berücksichtigung seiner Meinung in allen das Kind betreffenden Angelegenheiten, in einer seinem Alter und seiner Entwicklung entsprechenden Weise.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Austria
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    Constitution of the Republic of Austria
    Country:
    Austria

    Article 14 (5a) […] In a partnership - like cooperation between pupils, parents and teachers, children and juveniles are to be allowed the optimal intellectual, mental and physical development to let them become healthy, self-confident, happy, performance-oriented, dutiful, talented and creative humans capable to take over responsibility for themselves, fellow human beings, environment and following generations, oriented in social, religious and moral values. Any juvenile shall in accordance with his development and educational course be led to independent judgement and social understanding, be open to political, religious and ideological thinking of others and become capable to participate in the cultural and economic life of Austria, Europe and the world and participate in the common tasks of mankind, in love for freedom and peace.

  • Federal Constitutional Act on the Rights of Children
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    Federal Constitutional Act on the Rights of Children
    Country:
    Austria

    Article 1 Each child shall be entitled to the protection and care that is necessary for his/her well-being, to optimal development and self-realisation as well as to the protection of his/her interests with regards to intergenerational equity. The wellbeing of the child shall be the primary consideration in respect of all measures affecting children that are taken by public and private institutions. Article 2 (1) Each child shall be entitled to have personal relations and direct contacts with both parents on a regular basis unless this is detrimental to the well-being of the child. Article 4 Each child has the right to adequate involvement and consideration of his/her opinion regarding all matters affecting the child in a manner that is commensurate with his/her age and development.

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