The Committee is mollige frau sucht concerned at the length of family reunification procedures and at the fact that it is restricted through the" system and the age -limit set for children at 15 years.
4, 42 and 44, paragraph 6 of the Convention).The Committee notes that those concerns and recommendations are reiterated in the present concluding observations.Affiliation, fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften, rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen, aachen, Germany /.The Committee reiterate s its previous recommendation (s ee CRC/C/15/Add.98, paragraph 28) that the State party amend its domestic legislation in order to raise by raising this age in accordance to the standard of to that set in ILO Convention.It further recommends that the State party, as a matter of urgency, introduce and implement legal provisions and regulations for the separate registration of all relevant medical and other data, in particular the name and date of birth date of the parent(s) and allow the.The Committee notes with appreciation the extensive data provided in the report as well as in the written replies.The Committee takes note of the explanation by the delegation for the non-withdrawal of the reservations to articles 13, 15 and 17, but remains of the opinion that the reservations are - particularly in the light of the Vienna Declaration and Plan of Action adopted.The Committee urges the State party to submit the its next report by 4 September 2009.Respect for the views of the child.For general information on how to correct material on RePEc, see these instructions.The Committee recommends that the State party undertake all necessary measures to prevent the use of the so-called baby flaps.10 protection of a child without a family ( article art.The Committee also encourages that the State party to undertake a systematic education and training programme on the principles and provisions of the Convention of for children, parents hi fi наушники and all professional groups working for and with children.
While noting the efforts made by the State party, the Committee remains concerned about the health problems faced by adolescents, in particular about drug and tobacco use and alcohol abuse and that the regulation of their consumption by children and adolescents falls within the competence.




The Committee recommends that the State party continue: (a) Ensure the full implementation of juvenile justice standards, and in particular articles 37, 39 and 40 and 39 of the Convention, as well as the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice.Insgesamt besteht in Österreich in der Prostitutionsgesetzgebung ein wildes nebeneinander von Bundes- und Landesgesetzen, die teilweise zueinander in Widerspruch stehen.The Committee notes with appreciation the follow-up measures taken by the State party pursuant to its previous recommendations.The Committee recommends that the State party undertake practical measures to prevent access to information through the internet that is inciting suicide.Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child, Austria,.N.The Committee is concerned about the increasing number of persons below 18 placed in detention, disproportionallay disproportionally affecting those of foreign origin, and that persons below 18 may are not always be separated from adults.Die Anerkennung der Prostitution als Arbeit ist allein deswegen notwendig und überfällig.It further recommends that the State party provide parental education and raise the awareness awareness-raising of children, to effectively protect children against violence on the Internet, television and computer games and encourage international cooperation in this respect.It also recommends that the State party continue to provide well-coordinated financial assistance to provide support to economically disadvantaged families, in particular single-parent families and families of foreign origin, so as to guarantee the right of a child to an adequate standard of living.However, the Committee is concerned that more structural support is needed for the further development and effective operation of this helpline.Author is listed NEP-EUR : Microeconomic European Issues (14).
Author is listed NEP-CIS : Confederation of Independent States (4) NEP-COM : Industrial Competition (4) NEP-EFF : Efficiency Productivity (4) NEP-TRE : Transport Economics (4) NEP-FOR : Forecasting (3) NEP-ICT : Information Communication Technologies (3) NEP-EEC : European Economics (2) NEP-EXP : Experimental Economics (2).
The Committee also notes the Criminal Law Amendment Act of 2004, which contains a new regulation on trafficking in human beings.


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