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    Working for Families breaches International law.

    By admin | August 13, 2008

    Thanks Ruby for bringing this to our attention:
    Hi Everyone,

    Working for Families breaches international law.

    I imagine you have seen this article:

    2 July 2008

    http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO0807/S00026.htm

    Working for Families breaches international law: policy research

    Policy research from the University of Otago Wellington has found that in the initial development of Working for Families (WFF) (2002-May 2004) the Government failed to consider children’s rights, including their right to health, breaching binding international law.

    Keep up your good work.
    All the best
    Ruby Harrold-Claesson

    http://www.nkmr.org

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