Geographies of Care: Space, Place and the Voluntary Sector

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States should be required in their licensing, contracting, and regulation to include reporting and analysis of restraints on a regular basis, to set minimum expectations about staff development, and to make expectations consistent between public and privately operated facilities that serve the same children and youths. Even in the context of revenue neutrality, the government in Budget 2010, with the exception of carbon taxes, did not proceed towards widening the tax base by introducing progressive tax reform options (such as property tax or standard rating pension tax reliefs).

Pages: 292

Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd (December 2001)

ISBN: 075461624X

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