Month: April 2013
CHILD Protection CREED 25: Except child protection is protected by a system, articulated in a policy by government and stakeholders, it is remains a mere discussion, which has no impact on the actual protection of the child.
Child Protection CREED 24: The treatment of children is a reflection of the disposition of the State to its citizen. A nation that has no respect for dignity of persons will not respect children’s rights.
Meeting the Law with our Businesses
Child Protection CREED 23: The Child must be taught to know the difference between MISTAKE and FOOLISHNESS and how to RELATE to both.
Child Protection CREED 22: Respect the child always that he may respect himself, respect you and others and defend his dignity of human person
LAWpreneurship™: Dealing With the Fundamental Issues (2)
Mentoring children on Oral Health: Oral-B Takes the Lead
PROTECTION PROTECTION CREED 21: Teaching a Child his/her RIGHTS without RESPONSIBILITIES is preparing the Child for a CRUEL life of LIABILITY
Child Protection CREED 20: The child is not a LEADER of TOMORROW; he/she is a LEADER of TODAY. LEADERSHIP is simply RESPONSIBILITY
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