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transfer of children


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transfer of children

transfer of children

Resuscitation, stabilization, and transfer of sick and injured children

Selection of Children To Provide Care: The Effect of Earlier Parental Transfers

Number of Children and Upstream Intergenerational Financial Transfers: Evidence From Hong Kong

Generational Jeopardy? Parents’ Marital Transitions and the Provision of Financial Transfers to Adult Children

Neonatal health including congenital malformation risk of 1072 children born after vitrified embryo transfer

Male gender explains increased birthweight in children born after transfer of blastocysts

Family Structure, Private Transfers, and the Economic Well-Being of Families with Children*

A multilevel analysis of the effect of Malawi’s Social Cash Transfer Pilot Scheme on school-age children’s health

B-35The Transfer Effects of Working Memory Training on Executive Functioning Skills of Children with Attention Difficulties

Dengue Virus Infections in the First 2 Years of Life and the Kinetics of Transplacentally Transferred Dengue Neutralizing Antibodies in Thai Children

Perinatal outcomes of children born after frozen-thawed embryo transfer: a Nordic cohort study from the CoNARTaS group

Perinatal outcome of children born after frozen and fresh embryo transfer: the Finnish cohort study 1995–2006

Acceptability of conditions in a community-led cash transfer programme for orphaned and vulnerable children in Zimbabwe

The Transfer of Resources From Middle-Aged Children to Functionally Limited Elderly Parents: Providing Time, Giving Money, Sharing Space

Physical health of singleton children born after frozen embryo transfer using slow freezing: a 3-year follow-up study

Neonatal outcome of 937 children born after transfer of cryopreserved embryos obtained by ICSI and IVF and comparison with outcome data of fresh ICSI and IVF cycles

 

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An offence under the Statute of the International Criminal Court of transferring children from one group to another with the intention of destroying the original group's existence. It is a form of genocide. The transfer must be permanent and forcible. Forcible includes threat of force, duress, psychological oppression, or abuse of power.

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