The OPSC report on sexual exploitation and child-friendly justice in Poland

The country report reviews the national laws, policies and programs that have been designed to implement the rights contained in the OPSC. The report aim to uncover legal reforms undertaken by national governments following their ratification of the OPSC and to assess how and whether these laws have brought that country into compliance with the international obligations under the Protocol. The report contains three columns of information, with subject area descriptions and related OPSC provisions listed along the left-hand side. The first column presents the current state of national law; the second column details any relevant legal reforms that have occurred to bring national legislation in line with the OPSC, and the third column analyses national legal compliance with the OPSC as determined by the Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Special Rapporteur on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography.

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