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  1. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Equal Pay Amendment Act 2020 (2020 No 45). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-08-06 | NZL-2020-L-110160

    The Act was designed to provide a practical and accessible process to raise and consider claims of systemic sex-based pay undervaluation in female-dominated occupations. In certain occupations where the work is, or was predominately performed by females, wages have been kept lower than occupations where the work has been performed predominately by men. It seeks to address inequality in wages arising out of the “going market rate” for employing people in those traditionally female dominated occupations not being a fair or equal rate, but a suppressed wage born out of historical pay discrimination.

    New Zealand’s equal pay law provides that women and men should be paid the same for jobs of equal value, even if the jobs are different. Until now, workers have only been able to make claims for pay equity through the courts. The Equal Pay Amendment Act allows workers or unions to make a pay equity claim directly with their employer using a framework that is similar to New Zealand’s existing employment relations bargaining framework. By making court a last-resort, the proposed approach will lower the bar for workers or unions to raise a pay equity claim, and use a collaborative process
    more familiar to unions and businesses.

    Under the Act, employers, workers and unions will negotiate in good faith, with access to mediation and resolution services available if they are unable to agree.

    The Amendment will take effect in late October 2020.

  2. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Education and Training Act 2020 (2020 No 38). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-07-31 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2020-08-01 | NZL-2020-L-110161

    The Act repeals and replaces all major existing education and training legislation. It is intended to be simpler, more user-friendly and less prescriptive than the previous legislative framework.

    The Education and Training Act 2020:

    - introduces a new structure that follows the journey of students through education, starting with early learning, moving to schooling and then tertiary and vocational training,
    - moves some prescriptive detail directly into regulations (so these provisions will not be found in the Act),
    - moves other detailed provisions into Schedules at the end of the Act, with “sunset clauses”, meaning that they will expire after a set period of time and new regulations will need to be developed to replace them, and
    - retains large parts of the existing education legislation, which were transferred into the Act unchanged. We took the opportunity to update some of the language throughout the Act, where we could do so without changing the effect of the law itself.

  3. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Employment Relations (Triangular Employment) Amendment Act 2019 (2019 No 36). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-06-27 | NZL-2020-L-110028

    The Employment Relations (Triangular Employment) Amendment Act regulates triangular employment – such as a labour hire model – where someone is employed by one employer, but working under another business or organisation that directs or controls the employee’s day-to-day work (a controlling third party).

    Currently, employees can only bring a personal grievance – such as for harassment or discrimination – against their employer. For people in triangular employment situations, this limits their ability to raise a grievance, as often the actions that lead to them taking a claim are those of the controlling third party they are working with, rather than the person actually employing them.

    The law allows either the employee or the employer to apply to the Employment Relations Authority to join a third party to a personal grievance claim, and for remedies to be apportioned to the responsible parties.

  4. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Employment Relations Authority Amendment Regulations 2020 (2020/107). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-06-02 | NZL-2020-R-110023

    1 Title
    2 Commencement
    3 Principal regulations
    4 Regulation 5 amended (Commencement of proceedings)
    5 Regulation 7 amended (Undertaking in relation to application for interim reinstatement)
    6 Regulation 8 amended (Statement in reply)
    7 Regulation 9 amended (Commencement of investigation)
    8 Regulation 9A replaced (Determination as to whether bargaining has concluded) Joining controlling third party to personal grievance
    9A Joining controlling third party to personal grievance
    9 Cross-heading above regulation 13 replaced Lodging documents
    12A How to lodge documents
    10 Regulation 15 amended (Address for service)
    11 Regulation 16 amended (Service of notices and documents)
    12 Schedule 1 amended
    13 Schedule 2 amended

    Forms 4 and 5 of Schedule 1 replaced
    Explanatory note
    Administrative Information

  5. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Employment Relations (Prescribed Matters) Amendment Regulations 2020 (LI 2020/108). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-06-02 | NZL-2020-R-110024

    1 Title
    2 Commencement
    3 Principal regulations
    4 Regulation 3 amended (Interpretation)
    5 Form 3 of Schedule replaced
    Form 3 of Schedule replaced
    Explanatory note
    Administrative Information

  6. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Smoke-free Environments (Prohibiting Smoking in Motor Vehicles Carrying Children) Amendment Act 2020 (2020 No 19). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-05-28 | NZL-2020-L-110020

  7. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    COVID-19 Response (Requirements For Entities—Modifications and Exemptions) Act 2020 (2020 No 14). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-05-15 | NZL-2020-L-110022

    The Act gives entities relief from certain obligations in their rules and makes it possible for them to use electronic means (including electronic voting and the use of electronic signatures).

  8. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    COVID-19 Public Health Response Act 2020 (2020 No 12). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-05-13 | NZL-2020-L-110021

    1 Title
    2 Commencement

    Part 1 - Preliminary provisions
    3 Repeal of this Act
    4 Purpose
    5 Interpretation
    6 Transitional, savings, and related provisions
    7 Act binds the Crown

    Part 2 - Provisions to limit the risk of outbreak or spread of COVID-19
    Subpart 1—Section 11 orders
    8 Prerequisites for all section 11 orders
    9 Minister may make section 11 orders
    10 Director-General may make section 11 orders
    11 Orders that can be made under this Act
    12 General provisions relating to section 11 orders
    13 Effect of section 11 orders
    Subpart 2—Further provisions relating to section 11 orders
    Form of orders, etc
    14 Form, publication, and duration of section 11 orders
    15 Amendment or extension of section 11 orders
    Parliamentary approval
    16 Section 11 order made by Minister revoked if not approved by House of Representatives
    Application of Legislation Act 2012
    17 Section 11 orders to be disallowable instruments
    Subpart 3—Enforcement, offences, and penalties
    Authorised persons
    18 Authorised persons
    19 Evidence of identity
    20 Powers of entry
    21 Power to give directions
    22 Power to close roads and public places and stop vehicles
    23 Power to direct person to provide identifying information
    24 Power to direct business or undertaking to close
    25 Directions may be given verbally or in writing
    26 Offences relating to compliance with orders
    27 Offences relating to exercise of enforcement powers
    Provisions relating to infringement offences
    28 Proceedings for infringement offences
    29 Who may issue infringement notices
    30 Infringement notices
    31 Reminder notices
    32 Payment of infringement fees
    Subpart 4—Miscellaneous provisions
    33 Regulations
    34 Protection of persons acting under authority of this Act

    Part 3 - Amendments to Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002
    35 Amendments to Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002
    36 Section 66 amended (Minister may declare state of national emergency)
    37 Section 68 amended (Declaration of state of local emergency)
    38 Section 94B amended (Notice of local transition period)
    39 Section 94E amended (Termination of transition periods)

    Part 4 - Amendment to Oranga Tamariki Act 1989
    40 Amendment to Oranga Tamariki Act 1989
    41 Section 272 amended (Jurisdiction of Youth Court and children’s liability to be prosecuted for criminal offences)

    Schedule 1 - Transitional, savings, and related provisions
    Schedule 2 - Orders under section 70 of Health Act 1956 relating to COVID-19
    Schedule 3 - Infringement notice and reminder notice
    Legislative history
    Administrative information

  9. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Epidemic Preparedness (Employment Relations Act 2000 - Collective Bargaining) Immediate Modification Order 2020 (LI 2020/61). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-04-14 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2020-04-16 | NZL-2020-R-110026

    These changes extend timeframes involved in collective bargaining that would otherwise apply, and allow unions to notify an alternative ratification process if the previous ratification process is now impracticable (e.g. in person meetings). It comes into force on 16 April 2020 and is revoked 3 months after the Epidemic Preparedness (COVID-19) Notice 2020 (the Epidemic Notice) expires or is revoked. It modifies restrictions and requirements imposed by the Employment Relations Act 2000 (the Act) that may be impossible or impracticable to comply with during an epidemic.

    The Act has been temporarily changed to:

    - modify the maximum time frames for an employer to notify their employees who are in work and covered by collective bargaining that has been initiated, to exclude the duration of the Epidemic Notice (modifying section 43).
    modify the maximum time frames for an employer to seek consolidation of notices to initiate collective bargaining (40 days), and for unions to respond to an attempted consolidation (30 days), to exclude the duration of the Epidemic Notice (modifying section 50).
    - where collective agreements would have otherwise expired, but are still in force for 12 months after expiry, modify the 12-month period to exclude any period covered by the Epidemic Notice if the 12-month period would otherwise end while the Epidemic Notice is in force or up to three months after it expires or is revoked (modifying section 53).
    - allow the union to notify the other intended party or parties to a collective agreement of a new ratification procedure to ratify the collective agreement (e.g., online balloting, videoconferencing or teleconferencing) if a union has committed at the outset of collective bargaining to a ratification procedure that is no longer practicable (e.g. in-person ratification meetings) (modifying section 51).

  10. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    End of Life Choice Referendum Order 2020 (LI 2020/48). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-03-23 | NZL-2020-R-110025

  11. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Minimum Wage Order 2020 (LI 2020/9). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-02-17 | NZL-2020-R-110027

    The Order increases the adult minimum wage $1.20 from $17.70 to $18.90 per hour on 1 April 2020.

  12. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Minimum Wage Order 2019 (LI 2019/22). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-02-18 | NZL-2019-R-108280

  13. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Child Poverty Reduction Act 2018 (2018 No 57). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-12-20 | NZL-2018-L-108219

    The purpose of this Act is to help achieve a significant and sustained reduction in child poverty in New Zealand by provisions that—
    (a) encourage a focus by government and society on child poverty reduction:
    (b) facilitate political accountability against published targets:
    (c) require transparent reporting on levels of child poverty.

  14. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Family Violence Act 2018 (2018 No 46). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-11-12 | NZL-2018-L-108221

    (1) The purpose of this Act is to stop and prevent family violence by—
    (a) recognising that family violence, in all its forms, is unacceptable; and
    (b) stopping and preventing perpetrators from inflicting family violence; and
    (c) keeping victims, including children, safe from family violence.

  15. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Social Security Regulations 2018 (LI 2018/202). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-10-15 | NZL-2018-R-108234

  16. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Social Security Act 2018 (2018 No 32). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-09-28 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2018-11-26 | NZL-2018-L-108232

    This bill repeals and replaces the Social Security Act 1964 and the Social Welfare (Reciprocity Agreements, and New Zealand Artificial Limb Service) Act 1990, provides an improved legislative structure, and reduces the level of detail in primary legislation to enhance clarity, coherency, and consistency.

  17. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Iwi and Hapū of Te Rohe o Te Wairoa Claims Settlement Act 2018 (2018 No 28). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-09-13 | NZL-2018-L-108223

  18. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Domestic Violence - Victims' Protection Act 2018 (2018 No 21). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-07-30 | NZL-2018-L-108268

    The Domestic Violence – Victims’ Protection Act 2018 adds legal protections in the workplace for people affected by domestic violence. The Act gives employees affected by domestic violence the right to:
    - take at least 10 days of paid domestic violence leave. This is separate from annual leave, sick leave and bereavement leave.
    - ask for up to 2 months short-term flexible working arrangements.
    - not be treated adversely in the workplace because they might have experienced domestic violence.

  19. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Heretaunga Tamatea Claims Settlement Act 2018 (2018 No 14). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-06-26 | NZL-2018-L-108222

  20. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Families Commission Act Repeal Act 2018 (2018 No 10). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-05-28 | NZL-2018-L-108220

    The purposes of this Act are to—
    (a) repeal the Families Commission Act 2003; and
    (b) disestablish the Families Commission; and
    (c) provide for the consequences of that disestablishment; and
    (d) make consequential amendments to other Acts.

  21. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Act 2017 (2017 No 41). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-08-21 | NZL-2017-L-108216

  22. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Ngāti Pūkenga Claims Settlement Act 2017 (2017 No 39). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-08-14 | NZL-2017-L-108215

  23. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Rangitāne Tū Mai Rā (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-ā-Rua) Claims Settlement Act 2017 (2017 No 38). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-08-14 | NZL-2017-L-108217

  24. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Care and Support Workers (Pay Equity) Settlement Act 2017 (2017 No 24). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-06-14 | NZL-2017-L-108214

    The Act implements into law the settlement agreement signed on 2 May 2017 by or on behalf of the Crown, ACC, the 20 District Health Boards, E tū Incorporated, the New Zealand Public Service Association Te Pūkenga Here Tikanga Mahi Incorporated, the New Zealand Nurses Organisation Incorporated, and the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Te Kauae Kaimahi Incorporated. The agreement relates to pay equity issues for care and support workers.

  25. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Smoke-free Environments Regulations 2017 (2017/123). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-06-06 | NZL-2017-R-108270

  26. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Social Welfare (Reciprocity with Australia) Order 2017 (LI 2017/86). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-05-08 | INT-2017-R-108279

  27. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Act 2017 (2017 No 7). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-03-20 | NZL-2017-L-108218

    The Act is most notable in that it it confers a legal personality on the Whanganui River. A legal person is an entity that has the same rights and responsibilities as a person hence increasing the legal mechanisms to ensure protection of the river. The purpose of this Act was trifold:
    (a) to record the acknowledgements and apology given by the Crown to Whanganui Iwi in Ruruku Whakatupua — Te Mana o Te Iwi o Whanganui; and
    (b) to give effect to the provisions of the deed of settlement that establish Te Pā Auroa nā Te Awa Tupua; and
    (c) to give effect to the provisions of the deed of settlement that settle the historical claims of Whanganui Iwi as those claims relate to the Whanganui River.

  28. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Advocacy, Workforce, and Age Settings) Amendment Act 2016 (2016 No 98). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-12-12 | NZL-2016-L-103737

  29. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Rangitane o Manawatu Claims Settlement Act 2016 (2016 No 100). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-12-12 | NZL-2016-L-103741

  30. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Ngaruahine Claims Settlement Act 2016 (2016 No. 93). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-12-05 | NZL-2016-L-103739

  31. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Taranaki Iwi Claims Settlement Act 2016 (2016 No 95). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-12-05 | NZL-2016-L-103744

  32. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Te Atiawa Claims Settlement Act 2016 (2016 No 94). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-12-05 | NZL-2016-L-103745

  33. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Accident Compensation Amendment Act 2016 (2016 No 73). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-11-07 | NZL-2016-L-103735

  34. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Amendment Act (No 2) 2016 (2016 No 75). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-11-07 | NZL-2016-L-103738

  35. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    High Court Rules 2016 (LI 2016/225). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-10-18 | NZL-2016-R-103743

  36. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Senior Courts Act 2016 (2016 No 48). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-10-17 | NZL-2016-L-103742

    Part 1 - Preliminary provisions
    Part 2 - High Court
    Part 3 - Court of Appeal
    Part 4 - Supreme Court
    Part 5 - Senior Court Judges
    Part 6 - Rules of court and miscellaneous provisions

    Schedule 1 - Consequential amendments to High Court Rules 2016
    Schedule 2 - Categories of information for purposes of sections 173 and 174
    Schedule 3 - Consequential amendments relating to Senior Courts
    Schedule 4 - Consequential amendments relating to new publishing requirements for High Court Rules, etc
    Schedule 5 - Transitional provisions relating to Senior Courts

  37. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Child Protection (Child Sex Offender Government Agency Registration) Act 2016 (2016 No 42). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-09-14 | NZL-2016-L-103736

    The purpose of this Act is to establish a Child Sex Offender Register that will reduce sexual reoffending against child victims, and the risk posed by serious child sex offenders, by—
    (a) providing government agencies with the information needed to monitor child sex offenders in the community, including after the completion of the sentence; and
    (b) providing up-to-date information that assists the Police to more rapidly resolve cases of child sexual offending.

  38. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Te Ture mo Te Reo Maori 2016 (2016 No 17). (Maori Language Act 2016) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-04-29 | NZL-2016-L-103746

    This Act replaces the Maori Language Act 1987 and amends the Broadcasting Act 1989 and the Maori Television Service (Te Aratuku Whakaata Irirangi Maori) Act 2003. Its purpose is to affirm the status of the Maori language as the indigenous language of New Zealand,
    a taonga of iwi and Maori as a language valued by the nation and highlight its place as an official language of New Zealand. It provides the means to support and revitalise the Maori language.
    For this, the Act establishes Te Matawai as an independent statutory entity to provide leadership on behalf of iwi and Maori in their role as kaitiaki of the Maori language. It provides for Te Matawai and the Crown to develop Maori language strategies to support the revitalisation of the Maori language, including by promoting an increase in the number of people speaking the Maori language and improving their fluency in that language. Finally, it adjusts the functions of Te Taura Whiri, Te Reo Whakapuaki Irirangi, and the Maori Television Service and disestablishes Te Putahi Paoho.

  39. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Radiation Safety Act 2016 (2016 No 6). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-03-07 | NZL-2016-L-103740

    Part 1 - Preliminary matters and regulation of activities that involve radiation source
    Subpart 1—Preliminary matters
    Subpart 2—Activities that require authorisation
    Subpart 3—Register of controlled radiation sources and records
    Subpart 4—Enforcement

    Part 2 - Appeals, emergencies, offences, and other matters
    Subpart 1—Appeals
    Subpart 2—Emergencies
    Subpart 3—Offences
    Subpart 6—Codes of practice and regulations
    Subpart 7—Other matters

    Schedule 1 - Transitional, savings, and related provisions
    Schedule 2 - List of radioactive material and acceptable activity concentration levels and activity levels
    Schedule 3 - Dose limits for ionising radiation
    Schedule 4 - Radiation Safety Advisory Council
    Schedule 5 - Consequential amendments

  40. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Ngati Kuri Claims Settlement Act 2015 (2015 No 76). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-22 | NZL-2015-L-100551

  41. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Te Aupouri Claims Settlement Act 2015 (2015 No 77). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-22 | NZL-2015-L-100552

  42. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Te Rarawa Claims Settlement Act 2015 (2015 No 79) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-22 | NZL-2015-L-100554

  43. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    NgaiTakoto Claims Settlement Act 2015 (2015 No 78). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-21 | NZL-2015-L-100550

  44. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Te Kawerau a Maki Claims Settlement Act 2015 (2015 No 75). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-14 | NZL-2015-L-100553

  45. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Employment Relations Amendment Act 2015 (2015 No 73). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-04 | NZL-2015-L-100547

  46. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (2015 No 70). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-04 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2016-04-04 | NZL-2015-L-100549

    A key aspect of the Bill is the creation of a new duty holder, known as a Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU). A "worker" is defined as a person who carries out work in any capacity for a PCBU, including work as an employee, a contractor or subcontractor, an employee of a contractor or subcontractor or an employee of a labour hire company who has been assigned to work for the PCBU, an outworker, an apprentice or trainee, a person gaining work experience or undertaking a work trial, a volunteer or a person of a prescribed class. The Act replaces the current standard under the HSE Act ("All Practicable Steps") with a new "reasonably practicable" standard. "Reasonably practicable" is defined as:

    "...that which is, or was, at a particular time, reasonably able to be done in relation to ensuring health and safety, taking into account and weighing up all relevant matters, including:
    - the likelihood of the hazard or the risk concerned occurring;
    - the degree of harm that might result from the hazard or risk;
    what the person concerned knows, or ought reasonably to know, about
    - the hazard or risk; and
    - ways of eliminating or minimising the risk;
    the availability and suitability of ways to eliminate or minimise the risk; and
    after assessing the extent of the risk and available ways of eliminating or minimising the risk, the cost associated with available ways of eliminating or minimising the risk, including whether the cost is grossly disproportionate to the risk."

  47. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    WorkSafe New Zealand Amendment Act 2015 (2015 No 74). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2015-09-04 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2018-01-01 | NZL-2015-L-100556

  48. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Employment Relations Amendment Act 2014 (2014 No 61). - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 2014-11-06 | NZL-2014-L-97375

    This Act makes a number of amendments to the Principal Act including with respect to new giving employees the possibility to request changes to their working hours, the negotiation of work breaks to meet work flows, provisions to protect vulnerable workers, measures to speed up the resolution of industrial disputes in the Employment Relations Authority as well as providing a series of changes to collective bargaining, which includes the right to walk away from negotiations.

  49. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Victims' Orders Against Violent Offenders Act 2014 (2014 No 45). - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 2014-06-30 | NZL-2014-L-97380

  50. Nouvelle-Zélande - - Loi

    Children’s Act 2014 (2014 No 40). (Vulnerable Children Act 2014) - Statutes of New Zealand

    Adoption: 2014-06-30 | NZL-2014-L-97381

    Part 1 - Government priorities for vulnerable children and vulnerable children's plan
    Part 2 - Child protection policies
    Part 3 - Children's worker safety checking

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