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Friday, March 09, 2007 

Child Protection in the Bahamas: A Revamped Approach in Regulations and Legal Provisions
Hey there! I hail these developments toward the enhancement of Child Protection Legislations in the Bahamas (see here). And as demonstrated these adaptations strive to broaden legal provisions vis-à-vis the notion of sexual and emotional abuses; such frameworks have to be part of ongoing and comprehensive reviews of conventions to address the social and structural constructs that evolve around the application of laws. And more often than not, the process of change comes to full fledge as various administrative practices have to be re-assessed in order to steer the implementation of regulatory measures.


She said that the Act has implications for the various agencies of the government, “and so we are diligently working to bring the Act into force, and we expect that very soon.


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