Independent Benefits for Men and Women

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Roughly half of the national councils� operating budget is financed by Government and the rest is raised through fund-raising programmes. Improving Compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act: A Guide for Juvenile and Family Courts (January 3, 2013) - This technical assistance bulletin provides juvenile and family courts with practice recommendations and tools to improve compliance with the letter of the ICWA as well as with the “spirit of the ICWA” through services and supports.

Pages: 96

Publisher: Policy Studies Institute (September 1991)

ISBN: 0853745064

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