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Italy: Protection for minors and children

In Italy there are no rules which define the specific ages for children, adolescents and for teenagers. In general, these age ranges tend to be associated with the school career, as well as the process of maturation until the age of majority is reached, that is defined by law as the age of 18 years. For the school career, the following stages have been identified: childhood (Bambini/bambine), which typically goes from birth to the age of 10 (early or “first” childhood from 0-6; “second” childhood from 6 to 10), pre-adolescence (ragazzi/ragazze), that goes from the age of 11 to the age of 13, and adolescence (in Italian, the same term, ragazzi/ragazze), which goes from the age of 14 through the age of 17. However, this scheme conforms only partially to a definition of overall psychological development.

http://www.protection-of-minors.eu/en/country/IT#answer1

http://www.loc.gov/law/foreign-news/article/italy-protection-of-unaccompanied-foreign-minors/

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