A Practical Approach to the Children's Act
The Children’s Act 38 of 2005 is appropriate and empowering legislation in the South African context. The provisions of the Children’s Act are in harmony with international law and the various international con
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The Children’s Act 38 of 2005 is appropriate and empowering legislation in the South African context. The provisions of the Children’s Act are in harmony with international law and the various international conventions regarding children that have been ratified by the South African government.
A Practical Approach to the Children's Act is user-friendly, and students will benefit greatly from the clear suggestions and instructions in it, as well as the notes indicating the appropriate regulations and forms at each section.
A Practical Approach to the Children’s Act, 2nd edition, is a vital resource for every person in the field of child care, as it effectively demonstrates the important changes to the Act necessitated by ground-breaking court judgments.
Table of contents
Interpretation, Objects, Application and Implementation
Parental responsibilities and rights
Early childhood development
Protection of children
Prevention and early intervention
Child in need of care and protection
Child and youth care centres
Trafficking in children
Enforcement of Act
Administration of Act