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Закон № 2570-xii о правах ребенка (Law № 2570-xii on the Rights of the Child)

Belarus Government of the Republic of Belarus Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Belarus 19 November 1993 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, human rights, social and economic rights

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Настоящий Закон основывается на Конституции Республики Беларусь, Конвенции Организации Объединенных Наций о правах ребенка 1989 года, определяет правовой статус ребенка как самостоятельного субъекта и направлен на обеспечение его физического, нравственного и духовного здоровья, формирование национального самосознания на основе общечеловеческих ценностей мировой цивилизации. Особая забота и социальная защита гарантируются детям с особенностями психофизического развития, а также детям, временно либо постоянно лишенным своего семейного окружения или оказавшимся в других неблагоприятных условиях и чрезвычайных ситуациях.

This Act is based on the Constitution of the Republic of Belarus, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989, defines the legal status of the child as an independent entity and aims to ensure his physical, moral and spiritual health, the formation of national identity based on the universal values of world civilization. Special care and social protection is guaranteed to children with special needs and children temporarily or permanently deprived of their family environment or who are in other adverse conditions and emergencies.


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