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  1. Papua New Guinea - Elimination of forced labour - Law, Act

    Criminal Code (Amendment) Act 2013 (Act No. 30 of 2013). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2013-04-07 | PNG-2013-L-98690

    206A. Compliance with Constitutional Requirements
    206B. Application
    206C. Interpretation
    206D. People Smuggling
    206E. Falsifying Travel or Identity Documents or Approval to Travel or Stay Documents
    206F. Consent of Smuggled Person not a Defence
    206G. Immunity from Criminal Prosecution
    206H. Orders for Expenses
    206I. Assistance to and Protection of Smuggled Persons

    208A. Application
    208B. Interpretation
    208C. Trafficking in Persons
    208D. Trafficking in Persons with Knowledge or Recklessness
    208E. Consent of Trafficked Person not a Defence
    208F. Immunity from Criminal Prosecution
    208G. Assistance to and Protection of Trafficked Persons

    3. Repeal of Sections 218 and 219.

  2. Papua New Guinea - Elimination of forced labour - Law, Act

    National Volunteer Service Act 1990 (No. 17 of 1990). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1990 | PNG-1990-L-88043

    1. Public interest.
    2. Interpretation.
    3. National Volunteer Service.
    4. Functions of the National Volunteer Service.
    5. Powers of the Service.
    6. Council for the National Volunteer Service.
    7. Membership of the Council.
    8. Vacation of office.
    9. Vacancy not to affect power or function.
    10. Meetings of the Board.
    11. Disclosure of interest by Councillors.
    12. Delegation.
    13. Reports.
    14. Director.
    15. Functions of the Director.
    16. Other staff.
    17. Application for employment.
    18. Appointment of volunteer employees.
    19. Conditions of employment.
    20. Duties of volunteer employees.
    21. Non-citizen volunteer employees.
    22. Application of Public Finances (Management) Act.
    23. Charges for services.
    24. Funds of the service.
    25. Public Service rights.
    26. Regulations.

  3. Papua New Guinea - Elimination of forced labour - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Native Regulation 1939 (Cap. 316). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1939 | PNG-1939-R-88046

    Provides offences for adultery (article 17), inducing, etc., female to have unlawful sexual intercourse (article 18) and evidence of spouses (article 20).

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