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청소년보호법 (Juvenile Protection Act)

Government of the Republic of Korea Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Republic of Korea 23 September 2013 Legislation/regulation drugs legislation, harm reduction, prevention

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이 법은 청소년에게 유해한 매체물과 약물 등이 청소년에게 유통되는 것과 청소년이 유해한 업소에 출입하는 것 등을 규제하고 청소년을 유해한 환경으로부터 보호/구제함으로써 청소년이 건전한 인격체로 성장할 수 있도록 함을 목적으로 한다.

The purpose of this Act is to ensure juveniles grow up into persons of sound character by regulating the distribution of media products, drugs, etc. harmful to juveniles and juveniles’ access to harmful business establishments and by protecting and relieving juveniles from harmful environments.

Last Amended on: 22.03.2013
Wholly Amended on: 15.09.2011
First Enacted on: 07.03.1997

This document was uploaded to MiNDbank on 17 March, 2014.

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