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Austria  

Based on the provisions of the Austrian Federal Constitution, the federal states are responsible for matters of youth protection in terms of legislation and enforcement. Therefore, different youth protection laws apply in each federal state. The full legislative texts of the federal states may be found in the legal information system of the Federal Chancellor's Office at www.bka.gv.at. For children and young persons, the law of the federal state in which they are currently staying is applicable.

 
Belgium  

no

no

Cyprus  

no

Germany  

All of the above laws can be found at www.gesetze-internet.de

Denmark  

no

Estonia  

no

Spain  

Spain is not formally a Federal State, but the Constitution organises the country into 19 Autonomous Communities (17 Regions and 2 Autonomous Cities), each with different laws and regulations in many aspects, particularly social services, education, health, and policies for families and children. The Central Government based in Madrid in general makes legislation in many matters throughout the country, but after each Autonomous Community autonomously apply legislation and sets policies and regulations for its own territory. For this reason many of the regulations mentioned in this questionnaire may experience minor variations by Region. http://www.aprodef.org/redir/child-laws

Finland  

no

France  

no

Greece  

no

Hungary  

no

Ireland  

no

Italy  

no

no

no

Latvia  

no

Malta  

no

no

Poland  

no

no

Romania  

no

Sweden  

no

no

no

 

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