Week 6: Individual - Money Train Multimedia Activity Week 6: Individual - Money Train Multimedia Activity XECO 212 March 25, 2012 Scenario 1 In 150 to 200 words, explain your reasoning for the way you are planning on using Reserve Requirements. Be sure to address the following: 1. How Reserve Requirements affect the economy 2. How your action will affect economic growth 3. Why it is important to increase economic growth 4.
CYP 3.3 Understand how to safeguard the well- being of children and young people 1.1 Children Act 1989( England and Wales) Children (Northern Ireland) order 1995 This Act aimed to simplify the laws that protected children and young people in the respective UK countries. They were seen as a serious shake up of children’s rights and protection and made it clear to all who worked with children what their duties were and how they should work together in the event of allegations of child abuse. England and Wales produced separate document Working Together to Safeguard Children(1999) which emphasised the responsibilities of professionals towards children who are risk at harm. Children Act 2004 * A children commissioner for England * A director children’s services within each local authority * A duty on local authorities and their partners, including the police, health service providers, youth justice teams to cooperate in prompting the well- being of children and young people and have arrangements that safeguard and promote their welfare. * Local Safe Guarding boards * Revised legislations for physical punishment, it is now an offence to hit a child if it causes mental harm or leaves a lasting mark.
The March of progress sociologist believe we live in an increasingly child-centred society. They state that children have existence of child poverty, abuse and exploitation. Child liberationists argue that children in modern western society are victims of age patriarchy and are subject to adult control. Some argue that we are witnessing the disappearance of childhood as the media erode the boundary between childhood and adulthood. Others argue that the west is imposing its idea of childhood on the third world.
It is a serious issue that affects all nations and their future, and if not addressed seriously enough, there can be increases in cases which can lead to the destruction of a nations own future. There are many efforts being made by the international community to combat juvenile delinquency and prevent juvenile crimes. John's case is one of success, which can be used as an example of how timely intervention can prevent an adolescent from ignorant self-destruction. However, there are others that were not as determined to change, or that did not receive the proper opportunity to do so. In Europe, an effort to further diminish and prevent acts of delinquency, and juvenile crimes, according to the Council of Europe's commissioner for human rights, "programs to prevent offending behavior should be developed with a view to bringing national law and policy into line with international and European standards.
Safeguarding is more about the prevention of children and young people, being at risk from significant harm, abuse or neglect. Safeguarding requires that all agencies
For example, in the Heritage study, the low-income immigrant households became surrogates for illegal foreign households, which would cause the 38 percent of total federal expenditures on general public goods on illegal aliens (Martin & Ruark, 2010, p. 30). Government has to spend more on transportation services, administrative support services and other services to these people. Moreover, the government increases the spending for border security. According to the report of Pew Research Hispanic Trends Project, there were 11.7 million unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S., up from 11.5 million in 2011. In order to control this situation, the government has to strength the border security.
Art Galindo U.S History 2/14/12 The Industrial Revolution in America incited the progression of child labor; it stimulated the growth of work unions, and provided to the development of employment regulations. Child labor is work for children that can harm them, manipulate them be it mentally, physically, morally, or by blocking their right for a chance at an education. Tough working kids were controlled in terms of their extensive hours and petty pay to the point where they seemed like they were slaves. In addition to child labor, living conditions for the working poor were that of cramped run down tenements or shacks that besides from being harmful in a physical way lacked complete privacy. These tenements or shacks were known for being
Luis Cholotío-García ENC1102 – Professor Fiedler April 24, 2012 Research Project The Fiscal Effects of a Comprehensive Immigration Reform The critics of immigration reform declare that legalizing 11.5 million immigrants will cost billions of dollars, which will increase the federal debt. Moreover, they blame the undocumented population for taking the jobs of American citizens, and for contributing negatively to the recession that the country is currently experiencing. However, pro-immigration reform studies have concluded the opposite stating that the law will have a dramatic, positive economic impact. Immigrants arrived freely in the United States of America since before the settlement of the thirteen colonies in 1776. Since then—236
And as we continue to strengthen our economy and jump-start job creation, we need to do so with an immigration system that works, not the broken system we have now,” which is agreed by both sides of this debate, something needs to be done, but what? To begin understanding the argument of how this matter should be handled, an understanding of why so many of these twelve million immigrants are here. “The vast majority of immigrants who look to the United States for a new home look north from the south, and the vast majority from Mexico. These immigrants flee not the destruction and ravages of war, but the slower decay and death of poverty. They look north for economic opportunity: most of them come here simply to have a better life, to work, to help
The two biggest problems are human trafficking and child victims. Some projects include coherent migration management approach in Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal and ibya by promoting legal migration and preventing further irregular migration. (IOM 2012) Also collecting and sharing migration data for the improvement of preventing irregular migration and being able to regulate it.