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infants

(ˈɪnfənts)
pl n
(Education) the infants an informal name for infant school
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The DCPCR, under Commissions for Protection of Child Rights, is mandated to look into complaints or take suo motu notice of the cases involving violation of constitutional and legal rights of children, examine and review the safeguards provided by any law for the protection of child rights and recommend measures for their effective implementation in the best interest of the children.
e) Develop materials to advertise the legal rights of children with special education needs.
Special Needs and Legal Entitlement: The Essential Guide to Getting Out of the Maze offers a guide to the legal rights of children and young people who have special educational needs, and considers all the latest legal processes and issues.
Adequately promoting and protecting the legal rights of children, including through the guardian ad litem system, public defenders, and public and private attorneys for children.
I would hesitate to follow the authors' recommendations based upon, apparently, one isolated case and a sweeping denunciation of our concern and care for the legal rights of children.
The clinic has been a model interdisciplinary educational program for training future legal and health professionals to address the socio-economic needs and legal rights of children and families, especially those from poor and under-served communities.
KARACHI, November 19, 2009 (Balochistan Times): To raise awareness about the existing legal rights of children and to discuss issues related to child protection like legal laws related to juveniles, judicial and social work procedures etc.
The result of this appeal could have a resounding effect on the legal rights of children working throughout England and Wales.
Embedded throughout the book is valuable information about constructing and implementing district-wide behavior policies, and about the legal rights of children with behavior disorders and their families.
In fact, the Bill did not halt the exodus of children or enact measures to protect the civil and legal rights of children who were removed from the state, and it certainly did not provide for the imprisonment of people who removed children from the state for the purpose of adoption.
The new policy supporting the legal rights of children in same-sex parenting households took center stage at the AAP's annual Chapter Forum.
The questionable nature of the legal rights of children further complicates the issue of confidentiality in schools (Remley, 1985).