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  1. Ukraine - Elimination du travail forcé - Loi

    Law No. 3739-VI of 20 September 2011 on combatting Human Trafficking - Legislation On-line in Ukrainian Legislation On-line in Ukrainian and in English

    Adoption: 2011-09-20 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2011-11-15 | UKR-2011-L-89900

    Determines organizational and legal principles for combating human trafficking. Provides guarantees for gender equality and regulates the main directions of state policy and principles for international cooperation in this sphere. Defines the competences of competent auhorities, the procedure for granting the status of a victim of human trafficking, and the procedure for providing assistance to such victims.

  2. Ukraine - Elimination du travail forcé - Constitution

    Law No. 3236-VI of 19 April 2011 on Volunteering. - Legislation On-line in Ukrainian and in English Legislation On-line in Ukrainian and in English

    Adoption: 2011-04-19 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2011-05-15 | UKR-2011-C-89904

    Regulates relations arising from conducting volunteering activities. Defines the concept of volunteering and clarifies the peculiarities of the legal status of volunteers and volunteers' organizations.

  3. Ukraine - Elimination du travail forcé - Loi

    Act No. 437-XIV of 18 February 1999 to amend the Act of 1992 on alternative (non-military) service (Text No. 86).

    Adoption: 1999-02-18 | UKR-1999-L-52720

    Citizens who are unable, on the basis of their beliefs, to serve in the military service shall perform alternative labour service for 27 months (18 months for graduates) in enterprises, institutions or organizations whose activity is related to social protection, health, protection of the environment, construction, housing and agriculture.


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