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Legal age to drink alcohol in private

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020.

Map of legal drinking age in private by country in and around Europe




Legal age to drink alcohol in public

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020. Note that the legal drinking age is 14 in Germany for beer, wine and cider if accompanied. In Poland, the ban on public drinking does not apply to restaurants and bars.

Map of legal drinking age by country in and around Europe




Legal age to purchase alcohol

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020. The drinking age is 20 in Iceland and Lithuania and 21 in Egypt and Kazakhstan.

Map of legal age to purchase alcohol by country in and around Europe




Smoking bans

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020. 'Except entertainment' means except bars, night clubs and (at least part of) restaurants.

Map of smoking bans by country in and around Europe




Legal status of recreational cannabis

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020.

Map of cannabis laws by country in Europe




Age of sexual consent

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020.

Map of legal age of sexual consent by country in and around Europe




Abortion laws

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020. 'Mother's life' means that abortion is illegal in all cases except to save the mother's life. 'Life + rape' means abortion is only allowed to save the mother's life and in case of rape. 'Mother's health' also adds maternal life, mental health, health, and/or fetal defects. 'Socio-economic' includes all the previous cases + socioeconomic factors.

Map of abortion laws by country in and around Europe




LGBT Rights & Same-sex marriage/civil union

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of early 2020. Protected means that anti-discrimination laws exist. Restricted means that homosexuals may face discrimination or have restricted freedom of expression. Imprisonment means that homosexuality is illegal and can lead to jail time. In some Muslim countries death penalty is the punishment for homosexual relationships.

Map of homosexual rights & Same-sex marriage/civil union by country in and around Europe




Workers's Rights

This map is based on the data from the International Trade Union Confederation's Global Rights Index 2020.

Map of Workers's Rights by country in and around Europe




Minimum wage rates by state

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of December 2020. The nominal US$ rates were used and recalculated based on the latest exchange rate.

Map of minimum wage rates in and around Europe




Homeschooling legislations

This map is based on the data from Wikipedia as of 2020.

Map of homeschooling laws in and around Europe



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