Events: NDAA - Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse: Equal Justice for ChildrenNDAA - Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse: Equal Justice for Children
Sept 23-27, 2002 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse: Equal Justice is a five-day course offered by APRI's National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse and designed specifically to meet the needs of front-line child abuse professionals. Students will be taught by and have the opportunity to interact with many of the nation's foremost child abuse experts.
Is to conduct research, analyze policy, and provide education and community service. The purpose of CCFL's activities is to enhance the well-being of children, youth, and families.
Children are extraordinarily precious members of society, they are exquisitely alert, sensitive, and conscious of their surroundings; and they are extraordinarily vulnerable to maltreatment or emotional abuse by adults who refuse to give them the profound respect and affection to which they are unconditionally entitled.
- Wisdom of the Elders, quoted in Kids Are Worth It, by Barbara Coloroso, ch. 1 (1994).