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THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION AFTER BREXIT


  THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION AFTER BREXIT Katy Brown, Project Officer for Child Rights Launchpad, argues in this guest post for the importance of Child Rights Education in a post-Brexit UK. Child Rights Launchpad is a free-to-use education … Continue reading

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Father Wins Ruling At High Court On Term-Time Holiday Challenge


Father Wins Ruling At High Court On Term-Time Holiday Challenge A father who refused to pay a fine for taking his daughter out of school for a family trip to Florida, has won a ruling in his favour at the High Court, … Continue reading

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Karl Marx’s Work In Economics


Karl Marx’s Work In Economics Karl Marx’s work in economics laid the basis for the current understanding of labour and its relation to capital, and has influenced much of subsequent economic thought. Source: Karl Marx – EN There has been … Continue reading

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Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968


Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 1968 CHAPTER 49 via Wrongful acts in Social Work Malpractice. An Act to make further provision for promoting social welfare in Scotland; to consolidate with amendments certain enactments relating to the care and protection of children; … Continue reading

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Voices Silenced By Fear


Voices Silenced By Fear. Canada – October is “Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention” month put on by the CAS! Montessori House of Children, London, Ontario Description Central, North and South London locations Programs for children from ages 18 months – … Continue reading

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Charles McNally


Charles McNally is the Director of Adult and Children’s Services Northamptonshire County Council.  Charles McNally replaced Paul Burnett who is now retired. The department was then called the Children and Young People Service.   We can all buy expensive looking packaging, but … Continue reading

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