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Regulation (2007:1020) With Instruction For Authority For Family Law And Parental Support

Original Language Title: Förordning (2007:1020) med instruktion för Myndigheten för familjerätt och föräldraskapsstöd

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1 § the museums for family law and parental support is tasked to conduct a knowledge-based work on issues relating to social boards of family matters on the 1. child custody, housing and rights of access; 2. the determination of paternity and parenthood, and 3. family mediation.

The authority will also conduct a knowledge-based work relating to prevention efforts in the areas of family mediation, family counselling and support to parents in their parenting to promote the child's development (parental support).

The Agency has the task of ensuring a high quality in the international adoption business in Sweden.

Authority responsible for the duties of the authority referred to in paragraph 1. Act (1997:191) on the occasion of the access to the Hague Convention on protection of children and co-operation in respect of intercountry adoption, 2. Act (1997:192) on international adoption agency, and 3. Regulation (1976:834) If examination of the foreign decision on adoption.

The Agency distributes State grants to authorized associations and organizations for adoption to adopted. Regulation (2015:979).

2 § the museums shall take into account in its activities the United Nations

Convention on the rights of the child.

3 § the museums shall in respect of international adoption


1. ensure that the Swedish authorized associations '

work with international adoption agency in accordance

with the law and the principle of the best interests of the child, such as this have

expressed in the United Nations Convention on the

the rights of the child and the 1993 Hague Convention on the protection of

children and co-operation in respect of intercountry adoption, as well as on a

ethically acceptable manner otherwise,

2. follow international developments and collect

information on matters relating to the adoption of foreign children,

3. follow the evolution of the costs of adoption of

foreign children,

4. carry out information activities and provide information and

assistance to government agencies and organizations.

In addition, the Agency may negotiate with the authorities and

organisations in other countries on matters relating to the

international adoptions. Regulation (2015:390).


4 § the museums shall, in their annual accounts report

developments in the Agency's area of activity, highlighting

current problems and what actions the Agency

has taken.


5 § the museums shall consult with other agencies and

organizations that are engaged in the activities referred to

in section 1. The Authority also has the task of coordinating

parental assistance under paragraph 1 of the section.

Regulation (2015:390).


section 6 of the Authority is headed by a head of Government.

7 section at the Agency should there be an Advisory Council consisting

of not more than nine members. Regulation (2015:390).

Appointments and assignments

§ 8 the Director-General's administrative manager.

Exemptions from the Government agencies Ordinance

9 § the following provision in the Government agencies Ordinance (2007:515)

shall not apply to the authority:

section 29 of the issue list.


10 repealed by Regulation (2008:1240).