3 edition of Implementing Article 18 of the Children (NI) Order 1995. found in the catalog.
Implementing Article 18 of the Children (NI) Order 1995.
by Centre for Child Care Research, Queen"s University of Belfast in Belfast
Written in English
Later publications are entitled: Children in need: implementing Article 18 of the Children (NI) Order 1995.
|Other titles||Children in need: implementing Article 18 of the Children (NI) Order 1995.|
|Statement||conducted by Patrick McCrystal.|
|Contributions||Centre for Child Care Research (Northern Ireland)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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