"Protection" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Data Protection Information Handling Legislation

    safeguard and promote the welfare of children‚ under (section 175 of the Education Act 2002.) Furthermore we have to follow the guidance of ‘Safeguarding’ children/young people within a Safer Recruitment in ‘Education DfES 2007’‚ as the safety and protection of all children/young people are of paramount importance. Safeguarding children/young people‚ under the Children Act of ‘2004’‚ which always defines‚ ‘safeguarding and promoting the welfare’ of children/young people as: * Protecting children

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  • Consumer Protection - Super Size Me

    Consumer Protection Paper – Super Size Me Based on our group discussion‚ we came into a conclusion that Consumer Protection are made to ensure fair transactions and along with that are truthful information’s in the marketplace. This is advantageous especially consumers‚ so that they would not fall into the traps of businesses that will not do them any good. This is also to save them from businesses that are engaged in fraud or any unfair practices that the company does. The four basic rights

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  • Consumerism: Consumer Protection and Competitive Advantage

    Consumerism is a theory which states that buying and consuming goods and services in a large amount are more beneficial to the economy. Thus this theory appreciates gradually increased consumption of goods and services. 2. Consumerism means ‘consumer protection’. It is a movement or policy that protects the interests of consumers via truthful packaging‚ honest advertisement‚ improved safety standards and product guarantees. Consumerism involves policies that regulate methods‚ products and services‚ standards

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  • Children in Witness Protection

    DRAFT WHO WILL PROTECT THE CHILDREN? THE UNTOLD STORY OF UNACCOMPANIED MINORS IN WITNESS PROTECTION PROGRAMS1 Michal Gilad* Abstract Witness protection programs originated in the 80’s to protect middle-aged Mafia affiliated witnesses. However‚ over the last decade‚ a new generation of witnesses emerged. They are youthful‚ risk taking and vulnerable to intimidation. They are also vital for the effective prosecution of modern forms of crime involving a subculture of juveniles‚ which adults find

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  • Explain Child Protection Within the Wider Concept of Safeguarding Children and Young People

    Today we use the term safeguarding instead of child protection‚ it has a much broader range. Safeguarding a child or young person is ensuring that they have the opportunity to achieve their true potential and have the right to be protected from abuse (physical‚ emotional or sexual)‚ neglect or exploitation from anyone including professionals working with them. This is a much more holistic approach and is centred around the child’s needs‚ it is designed to prevent harm rather than just react once

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  • Consumer Protection and Food Safety Law

    Consumer Protection The sale and supply of goods to consumer’s regulations 2002 State that goods when sold must be: 1. Of satisfactory quality 2. Fit for purpose 3. As described When complaining you are not entitled to anything if: 1. You were told of any faults before you bought the goods 2. The fault was obvious and it would have been reasonable for you to notice it before buying 3. If you caused the damage yourself 4. If you have changed your mind about the

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  • Impact of Consumer Protection Agencie in Nigeria

    IMPACT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION AGENCIES IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF CPC‚ CAFON AND CEON BY AMZAT SHERIFFDEEN ADEWALE MATRIC NO: 06076963 A PROJECT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FUFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION‚ FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES‚ OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY‚ AGO-IWOYE‚ OGUN STATE. MARCH‚ 2012 CHAPTER ONE 1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Consumer protection is defined as the efforts of the government and private organizations

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  • Environment Protection

    Environment Protection Environmental modification is as old as the history of human development. In the last century‚ development and modification have come much faster then ever before. While it took a few thousand years for man to pass from Paleolithic to Neolithic tools‚ it has taken less than a century to modify conventional weaponry to nuclear devices. Development has been so rapid that nature has not had time

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  • Understanding Provisions of Consumer Protection in Nepal

    Understanding Provisions of Consumer Protection in Nepal Understanding Provisions of Consumer Protection in Nepal EC - Nepal WTO Assistance Programme Project No: EE/NEP/07/001 Technical Assistance for the Development of the Consumer Movement as a Viable Market Force in Nepal Implemented by United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Conducted by Consumers International office of the Asia Pacific and Middle East This publication has been produced with the financial

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  • Explain Child Protection Within the Wider Concept of Safeguarding Children and Young People

    1.All those working with children have a professional responsibility to safeguard and protect children. Child Protection is a highly emotive subject‚ evoking strong feelings in most people. In order to provide the most effective support and help for vulnerable children and their families‚ all staff managing services and involved in working directly with children need to be able to acknowledge their feelings and examine their different values and beliefs. Every child can be hurt‚ put at risk of

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