Child Support: The Legislation 1997

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It will promote, internally and externally, the United Nations Standard Rules on Equalisation of Opportunities for People with Disabilities. 52. Everyday politics: Reconnecting citizens and public life. The recommendations of the Katz Commission (1995) 8 that contributions made to those NGOs which have been granted tax-exempt status should qualify for deductibility for tax purposes, subject to a cost-benefit analysis, are supported. 30. Success is judged by the decline in numbers on the live register, there is less focus on where people exit to, how long they remain off the register and whether activation leads to long term enhanced social outcomes.

Pages: 675

Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell; 3rd edition edition (March 1997)

ISBN: 0421595205

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