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Georgia 58th State Worldwide To Ban Corporal Punishment
On September 20th, 2019, the country of Georgia (located at the intersection of Europe and Asia) adopted the Code on the Rights of the Child which explicitly prohibits corporal punishment in all settings. This makes Georgia the 58th state worldwide – and the 4th this year—to realize children’s right to equal protection from assault.
Despite this great news, only 12% of the world’s children are legally protected from all corporal punishment.
Video showing examples of Tomkins 9 Innate Affects.
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