Vorbehalte und Erklärungen für Vertrag Nr.009 - Zusatzprotokoll zur Konvention zum Schutze der Menschenrechte und Grundfreiheiten

Art der Erklärung : Vorbehalte
Datum 16/10/2019

Vereinigtes Königreich

Reservation made at the time of signature, on 20 March 1952 - Or. Engl.

At the time of signing the present (First) Protocol, I declare that, in view of certain provisions of the Education Acts in the United Kingdom, the principle affirmed in the second sentence of Article 2 is accepted by the United Kingdom only so far as it is compatible with the provision of efficient instruction and training, and the avoidance of unreasonable public expenditure.
In Kraft: 18/05/1954 -
Artikel betroffen : 2

Reservation contained in a letter from the Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom, dated 22 February 1988, registered at the Secretariat General on 25 February 1988 - Or. Engl.

Concerning Guernsey and Gibraltar : in view of certain provisions of the Education (Guernsey) Laws and of the Education Ordinance of Gibraltar, the principle affirmed in the second sentence of Article 2 is accepted by the United Kingdom only so far as it is compatible with the provision of efficient instruction and training, and the avoidance of unreasonable public expenditure in Guernsey and Gibraltar.
In Kraft: 26/03/1988 -
Artikel betroffen : 2

Reservation contained in a letter from the Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom, dated 22 February 1988, registered at the Secretariat General on 25 February 1988 - Or. Engl.

Concerning the following territories for whose international relations the Government of the United Kingdom are responsible : the principle affirmed in the second sentence of Article 2 is accepted by the United Kingdom only insofar as it does not affect the application of the following legal provisions:

i. the common law of Anguilla which permits the imposition by teachers of moderate and reasonable corporal punishment;
ii. section 26 of the Education Act 1977 of the British Virgin Islands (which permits the administration of corporal punishment to a pupil only where no other punishment is considered suitable or effective and only by the principal or any teacher appointed by the principal for that purpose);
iii. section 30 of the Education Law 1983 of the Cayman Islands (which permits the administration of corporal punishment to a pupil only where no other punishment is considered suitable or effective and only by the principal or any teacher appointed in writing by him for that purpose);
iv. the common law of Montserrat which permits the imposition by teachers of moderate and reasonable corporal punishment;
v. the law of St. Helena, which permits the administration by teachers of reasonable corporal punishment; and section 6 of the Children and Young Persons Ordinance 1965 of St. Helena (which states that the right of a teacher to administer such punishment is not affected by the provisions of that section which relate to the offence of cruelty to children);
vi. the law of Ascension and Tristan da Cunha (*), which permits the administration by teachers of reasonable corporal punishment; and section 6 of the Children and Young Persons Ordinance 1965 of St. Helena (which states that the right of a teacher to administer such punishment is not affected by the provisions of that section which relate to the offence of cruelty to children);
vii. the common law of the Turks and Caicos Islands which permits the administration by teachers of reasonable corporal punishment; and section 5 of the Juveniles Ordinance (Chapter 28) of the Turks and Caicos Islands (which states that the right of a teacher to administer such punishment is not affected by the provisions of that section which relate to the offence of cruelty to juveniles).

[(*) Note by the Secretariat: See the communication from the Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom, dated 18 November 2009, registered at the Secretariat General on 19 November 2009 – Or. Engl. ]
In Kraft: 26/03/1988 -
Artikel betroffen : 2

Reservation contained in a letter from the Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom, dated 9 October 2001, registered at the Secretariat General on 10 October 2001 - Or. Engl.

In view of certain provisions of Education Act 2001 (of Tynwald) or, until the comint into operation of that Act, the Isle of Man Education Act 1949, the principle affirmed in the second sentence of Article 2 is accepted by the United Kingdom only so far as it is compatible with the provision of efficient instruction and training, and the avoidance of unreasonable public expenditure in the Isle of Man.
In Kraft: 10/10/2001 -
Artikel betroffen : 4


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