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Children's Rights in Hungary in the Aftermath of the Revolution of 1989

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The Hungarian Family Act was adopted in 1952 (Act No. VI.1952. on Marriage, Family and Guardianship) and amended on several occasions. Part one of the Family Code contains the regulations relating to marriage. The second part of the family Code summarizes the rules relating to the family (family, child, adoption, maintenance, custody etc.). The third part of the Family Act deals with guardianship. The other legislation regarding the children's rights are the Child Protection Act and the Decree on Guardianship. (Act XXXI/1997 on the protection of children and on the administration of guardianship affairs.) In 1991 and 1993, Hungary adopted provisions both from the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Act LXIV of 1991) and from the European Convention on Human Rights (Act XXXI of 1993).

Affiliations: 1: Metropolitan Court, Budapest


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