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Describes the general principles regarding child protection (Part II). It describes when a child is in need of protective intervention (Part III) and establishes the procedure to be followed.
Establishes the rights of persons with disabilities, including equality in employment (Sub-Part I), education (Sub-Part II), health (Sub-Part III) and housing (Sub-Part IV).
Provides legal remedies to protect victims of various sexual offences, including rape, sexual assault, incest, sexual indecency, grooming and voyeurism. The Act is gender neutral.