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All Domestic Aides must be registered with local authorities

COLOMBO (News 1st): The State Minister of Women and Child Development, Preschools & Primary Education, School Infrastructure & Education Services has introduced a new mechanism that must be followed with regard to the recruitment of individuals for domestic work.Those who wish to be employed as domestic workers or those who are already engaged in domestic work must register with Divisional Secretariats in the respective area of residence, Subject Minister Piyal Nishantha De Silva said on Saturday (Jul. 24).“Children are being forced into domestic work given the lack of a proper recruitment procedure with regard to domestic work.

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COLOMBO (News 1st): The State Minister of Women and Child Development, Preschools & Primary Education, School Infrastructure & Education Services has introduced a new mechanism that must be followed with regard to the recruitment of individuals for domestic work.Those who wish to be employed as domestic workers or those who are already engaged in domestic work must register with Divisional Secretariats in the respective area of residence, Subject Minister Piyal Nishantha De Silva said on Saturday (Jul. 24).“Children are being forced into domestic work given the lack of a proper recruitment procedure with regard to domestic work.
COLOMBO (News 1st): The State Ministry of Women and Child Development, Preschools & Primary Education, School Infrastructure & Education Services has decided to establish nine (09) Children’s Courts covering all nine provinces of the country.The aim is to expedite the hearing of cases pertaining to the physical, mental and sexual abuse of children, Subject Minister Piyal Nishantha De Silva said.“Discussions in this regard were held with the Ministry of Justice and it was decided to establish Children’s Courts for all provinces; measures are currently underway to establish these courts,” State Minister Piyal Nishantha De Silva told News 1st on Thursday (Jul.

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