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Protection from Violence

Cambodia, English

… The exploitation of women’s labour shall be prohibited. … (Art. 45)

Protection from Violence

Cambodia, English

Human trafficking, exploitation of prostitution and obscenities which affect the dignity of women shall be prohibited. … (Art. 46)

Protection from Violence

Cambodia, English

Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person. … (Art. 32)

Protection from Violence

Cambodia, English

The law forbids any physical abuse against any individual.
The law protects the life, the honour and the dignity of the citizens. …
Confessions obtained by physical torture or mental pressure shall not be admissible as evidence of guilt. … (Art. 38)

Public Institutions and Services

Cambodia, English

The health of the people shall be guaranteed. The State shall give full consideration to disease prevention and medical cares. Poor people shall receive free medical consultations in public hospitals, infirmaries and maternities.
The State shall establish infirmaries and maternities in rural areas. (Art. 72)

Public Institutions and Services

Cambodia, English

… The State and the society shall provide women, especially those underprivileged living in rural areas, with opportunities to benefit from assistance for a profession, for medical cares, for their children schooling and for decent living conditions. (Art. 46)

Public Institutions and Services

Cambodia, English

The State shall give full consideration for children and mothers, by encouraging the creation of nurseries and by attending to women without support who have many children under their cares. (Art. 73)

Employment Rights and Protection

Spain, English

(1) All Spaniards have the duty to work and the right to work, to the free choice of profession or trade, to advancement through work, and to a sufficient remuneration for the satisfaction of their needs and those of their families. Under no circumstances may they be discriminated on account of their sex.
(2) The law shall regulate a Workers' Statute. (Sec. 35)

Employment Rights and Protection

Spain, English

1. The State shall have exclusive competence over the following matters:

7) Labour legislation, without prejudice to its execution by bodies of the Autonomous Communities.
… (Sec. 149)

Employment Rights and Protection

Spain, English

(1) The public authorities shall promote favourable conditions for social and economic progress and for a more equitable distribution of regional and personal income within the framework of a policy of economic stability. They shall in particular carry out a policy aimed at full employment.
(2) Likewise, the public authorities shall promote a policy guaranteeing professional training and retraining; they shall ensure labour safety and hygiene and shall provide for the need of rest by limiting the duration of working day, by periodic paid holidays, and by promoting suitable centres. (Sec. 40)