This Level 2 nonfiction reader will show kids what happens to their pet during a trip to the vet's office. Visit to the Vet includes all original photos featuring all kinds of pets during an appointment with the vet. These photos show the animals throughout their entire vet visit, from the waiting room to the check-up room and more!
Each of the 50 states offers benefit programs to its veteran residents, but many veterans and their families are not aware of the various options. Despite the wide variation in the benefits programs from one state to another, veterans can generally find programs that specifically address their needs in their resident state. This guidebook is the only easy-to-use reference to provide veterans, their families, and those interested in veterans' issues with a simple guide to the various programs available through the 50 states and the District of Columbia. In addition to entries on each of the states, the book concludes with an appendix giving a brief synopsis of federal benefit programs.
Criminal law on hate speech has become a hotly debated topic in the past decade. In the Netherlands, as well as in England and Wales, legislative changes and proposals abound, while cases such as the prosecution of MP Geert Wilders have received considerable attention. How to deal with hate speech in an increasingly pluralist society has become a pressing question. Moreover, with the attacks in New York, London, and Madrid, and the appearance of radical groups and individuals, such as Abu Hamza Al-Masri in England and the Hofstadgroep in the Netherlands, public debate has been dominated by the problems of terrorism and radicalization. As a result, extreme speech, presumed to encourage radicalization and terrorism, is a major issue. This comparative study deals with how ideas behind the law on hate speech and extreme speech in the Netherlands and England/Wales, including the influence of European and international law, have developed since 2001, and how this can be explained by reference to their historical origins. The aim of this research is to discover how Dutch, English/Welsh, and international law have developed over time, but, more importantly, why it has developed in that way. (Series: School of Human Rights Research - Vol. 45)
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