Article 5 European Agreement Au Pair Placement

2 I. GENERAL CONDITIONS The family will welcome the au pair (s) for a period of months (s)2, in accordance with the rules set out in this document. During this period, the au pair will have the opportunity to improve her language skills and improve her knowledge of the host country. The treaty will enter into force on 3 ii. HOST DUTIES II.1 The host must house the au pair and allow her to participate in the daily life of the family. In this context, the host explains to the au pair: The family is made up of adults are boys of the age. Members of whom the family lives in a house or apartment with bedrooms and bathrooms. The distance from the nearest shopping centre: km Distance from the nearest educational institution which offers adapted language courses: km Guest profession: Guest profession: 2 For au pairs from non-EFTA countries (except Switzerland) and EU countries Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia, the au pair placement should not exceed one year. The minimum period should be six months. 3 In accordance with Article 6 of the European Agreement on Au Pair Investment, this au pair contract should preferably be concluded between the parties before leaving its country of origin or no later than the week upon arrival between the parties.

We take no responsibility for the accuracy of the translations provided. If in doubt, the original contract still applies. 2 5 The Council of Europe member states that are signatories to this end consider that the Council of Europe`s objective is to achieve greater unity among its members, in particular to facilitate their social progress; Noting that in Europe, more and more young people, especially girls, are going abroad to be placed under “AuPair”; Considering that it is desirable, without wishing to criticise this widespread practice, to define and normalise the conditions for such an `AuPair` placement in all Member States; whereas the “AuPair” classification in the Member States constitutes an important social problem, with legal, moral, cultural and economic implications, which transcends national borders and thus adopts a European complexion; Considering that persons classified as “AuPair” do not belong to the student category or the category of workers, but to a specific category that has the characteristics of both, and that it is therefore useful to make appropriate arrangements for them; Recognising, in particular, the need to provide those who give `AuPair` adequate social protection, which is based on the principles of the European Social Charter; Considering that many of these persons are minors who have been deprived of the assistance of their families for a long period of time and that they should, as such, enjoy special protection with regard to material or moral conditions in the host country, considering that only the authorities can ensure and fully monitor the implementation of these principles; Convinced that such coordination is necessary within the framework of the Council of Europe, you agreed: 3 II.2 The host must provide the au pair; a separate room or a suitable common room, with which you can share 4 as well as free meals.

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