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THE UNITED STATES, AN OVERVIEW OF CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION ACT (CAPTA)
In the United States, the protection of children from neglect and abuse has been carried out for many years without the support of the state and the activities of non-governmental organizations and religious communities. It is only in 1962 that the public administration has taken a serious interest in this issue and included it in its area of responsibility. With the increasing public awareness and support for the protection of children, the legislators and the public administration authorities have come to the conclusion that there is a need for legal arrangements in this area. In order to meet this need, the Law on Prevention and Treatment of Children (CAPTA) entered into force in 1974. Shortly thereafter (in 1983) April was announced as the Month of Prevention of Child Abuse. Thus, in the last quarter of the 20th century, systematic studies on the prevention and protection of children were started. The purpose of this study, the Prevention of Child Abuse Act in the United States (CAP) is generally examine and draw lessons and conclusions in the context of Turkey.

Keywords
USA, Children's Rights, Child Abuse, CAPTA, April. Giriş


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