CYPF


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AcronymDefinition
CYPFChildren, Young People and Families (UK grant program)
CYPFChildren and Youth Partnership Foundation (UK)
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CYPF aims to make savings of pounds 20 million in 2011-12 and pounds 62 million by 2014-15.
This article discusses section 13 of the CYPF Act, exploring the theoretical and ideological positions, historical particularities and political influences on its construction.
Let us hope that the Ofsted inspectors currently buzzing around the CYPF department have a little more to go on.
Connolly, Marie (2004b) Literature Synthesis: CYPF Act Amendment and Legal Issues Work, unpublished, Wellington.
Ms Brazil writes: "I was concerned to hear that in some of the earlier sessions, some staff did not behave with the level of respect and control I would expect from everyone within CYPF. I appreciate this has been a difficult summer for many people, and that for some of you there remains uncertainty about your place in the new model, but I hope that future sessions can proceed more smoothly."
Not long after the settlement of the fisheries claim, the Trust went to the Waitangi Tribunal in an effort to receive equal treatment as a service provider under the Children Young Persons and Their Families Act 1989 (CYPF Act).
In total, the CYPF budget has identified a possible overspend of pounds 15.9 million .