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Children and the Law

Skelton, Ann
June 4, 2015

Source: (1998) Lawyers for Human Rights.

This manual on children and the law is based on expert analysis and aimed at those people who help children and their families. It is written in a straightforward language, making it also understandable to older children and their families.
The manual is made up of fourteen chapters covering a wide range of issues, which clearly set out key areas of the law relating to children in South Africa.


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