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قانون حماية الطفل التونسي 1995 (Tunisian Child Protection Act)

Tunisian Ministry of Justice and Human Rights Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Child Rights Legislation Tunisia 9 November 1995 Legislation/regulation child/youth protection

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هدف هذه المجلة في إطار الهوية الوطنية التونسية والشعور بالانتماء الحضاري إلى تحقيق الغايات التالية:
1) الارتقاء بالطفولة بما لها من خصوصيات ذاتية تميّز إمكانياتها الجسمية وميولاتها الوجدانية وقدراتها الفكرية ومهاراتها العملية إلى مستوى ما توجبه من رعاية تهيئ أجيال المستقبل بتأكيد العناية بأطفال الحاضر.
2) تنشئة الطفل على الاعتزاز بهويته الوطنية، وعلى الوفاء لتونس والولاء لها، أرضا وتاريخا ومكاسب، والشعور بالانتماء الحضاري، وطنيا ومغاربيا وعربيا وإسلاميا، مع التشبّع بثقافة التآخي البشري والانفتاح على الآخر، وفقا لما تقتضيه التوجّهات التربوية العلمية.
3) إعداد الطفل لحياة حرّة مسؤولة في مجتمع مدني متضامن، قائم على التلازم بين الوعي بالحقوق والالتزام بالواجبات، وتسوده قيم المساواة والتسامح والاعتدال.
4) تنزيل حقوق الطفل في الرعاية والحماية في مجرى الاختيارات الوطنية الكبرى، التي جعلت من حقوق الإنسان مثلا سامية، توجّه إرادة التونسي وتمكّنه من الارتقاء بواقعه نحو الأفضل، على نحو ما تقتضيه القيم الإنسانية.
5) نشر ثقافة حقوق الطفل والتبصير بخصوصياتها الذاتية بما يضمن تناسق شخصيته وتوازنها من ناحية، ورسوخ الوعي بالمسؤولية تجاهه من قبل أبويه وعائلته والمجتمع بأسره من ناحية أخرى.
6) تشريك الطفل بالطرق الملائمة في كل ما يعنيه واحترام حقوقه وتعزيزها، باعتبار مصلحته الفضلى، حتى ينشأ على خصال العمل والمبادرة وأخلاقيات الكسب الشخصي وروح التعويل على الذات.
7) تنشئة الطفل على التحلي بالأخلاق الفاضلة مع ضرورة تنمية الوعي لديه باحترام أبويه ومحيطه العائلي والإجتماعي.

The goal of this code in the framework of the Tunisian national identity is to achieve the following:
1) the improvement of children conditions to support their unique aspects such as physical and emotional and intellectual capacities and practical skills to the level of what had been an create care of future generations to ensure that the Tunisian children being taken care of.
2) to raise children who cherish their national identities, with allegiance to Tunisia's land, history and gains, and a sense of belonging cultural, national, Arab and Islamic, with the immersion in the culture of human brotherhood and openness to others, as required by the educational trends of scientific.
3) the preparation of children for responsible in the future life in a free civil society based on the correlation between awareness of rights and compliance with obligations, and dominated by equality and the values of tolerance and moderation.
4) to improve the rights of children in care and protection in the course of major national choices, which has made human rights as a world leading example and being able to improve their own reality for the better, as required by humanitarian values.
5) dissemination of children's rights and provide an insight into the culture of self-particularities so as to ensure the consistency of his character and balance on the one hand, and entrenched awareness of responsibility towards him by his parents, his family and society as a whole on the other hand.
6) socialization of the child in all appropriate ways what it means and respect for their rights and promote, as best interests, even arise on the qualities of initiative and work ethic of personal gain and the spirit of self-reliance.
7) raise the child on a sense of morality with the need to develop an awareness has to respect his parents and family and social surroundings.

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