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Gesetz zur aktiven Stärkung eines aktiven Schutzes von Kindern und Jugendlichen (Bundeskinderschutzgesetz (BKiSchG)) ( Federal Child Protection Act)

Government of Germany Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Germany 22 December 2011 Legislation/regulation harm reduction, vulnerability

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Das Bundeskinderschutzgesetz baut auf den beiden Säulen Prävention und Intervention auf. Es stärkt alle Akteure, die sich für das Wohlergehen unserer Kinder engagieren - angefangen bei den Eltern, über den Kinderarzt oder die Hebamme bis hin zum Jugendamt oder Familiengericht.
Das Gesetz wurde am 16.05.2014 in die MiNDbank hochgeladen.


The Federal Child Protection Act is built on two pillars: prevention and intervention. It strengthens all actors who are committed to the welfare of our children - from parents, doctors or midwifes up to the youth welfare office or family court.
The Act was uploaded to the MiNDbank on 16/05/2014.

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