Young People and Youth Justice

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The care and development of young children must be the foundation of social relations and the starting point of human resource development strategies. * Employee Assistance Programme (EAP): An employment-based programme which provides assistance to employees with substance abuse problems or any other social problems which are affecting their work performance. * Empowerment: The process of increasing personal, interpersonal and political power to enable individuals or collectives to improve their life situation.

Pages: 288

Publisher: Palgrave (June 18, 1998)

ISBN: 0333687604

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