A conference held by the National Voluntary Council for Children's Play, the National Children's Bureau and the Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management in Dec 1994 looked at the impact of the Children Act on play services. Delegates welcomed the act, but stated that there is still considerable progress to be made in the quantity and quality of play services. There have been some problems with registering play schemes, for example, and some local authority officers lack understanding of play services for school aged children.
Publication Name: Leisure Management
Subject: Travel industry
Ain't No Use to Sit and Wonder Why
The odds seem to favor a Republican victory in 1984, but no matter who wins, social justice will be a primary political issue. Many Americans take their liberty for granted; and do not think of social justice as a major issue. To maximize a soft-hearted ideal such as social justice, hard-hardedness is necessary.
Publication Name: Adherent
Subject: Business, general
40% GROWTH SEEN IN NON-BASMATI RICE EXPORTS
Exports of non-basmati rice from India in 1998-99 are expected to increase by over 40 percent at 2.5 million tonnes (1.72 million tonnes in 1997-98, worth $410 million). In 1998-99, exports of rice, including the basmati variety, are expected to be about 3 million tonnes (2.3 million tonnes). (gs)
Publication Name: Economic Times
Subject: Business, international
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