[SecondaryNavigationDezeHoofdRubriekBevat](EN) 0 [SecondaryNavigationRubrieken](EN):
8 document(s) found.
The referral term "Bye-laws of the local government" is replaced with "Local acts".
You searched for web pages: "Local acts"
The escort branche; Supervision and enforcement (full text only available in Dutch)
On 10 November 2009 a legislative proposal was submitted on rules regulating prostitution and combatting abuse in the sex...
Regulation of Prostitution and Tackling Abuses in the Sex Industry Bill (Dutch: Wrp); A research on the nature and scale, policy, surveillance and enforcement in the year 2014 (full text only available in Dutch)
In 2011, the Dutch House of Representatives adopted the bill ‘regulation of prostitution and tackling abuses in the sex...
Evaluation of the Halt Alcohol sanctioning programme; (full text only available in Dutch)
In the Halt Alcohol sanctioning programme, Halt and care organisations for addicts work together to provide young people who...
Nuisances, local policy and labour migrants from Central and Eastern Europe; results of a qualitative study (full text available only in Dutch)
The aim of the study is to find out to what extent local governmental actors can handle existing competences and means to...
Process evaluation of the Halt Settlement Alcohol; (full text available only in Dutch)
The so-called Halt Settlement Alcohol has been applied since 2006. This intervention focuses on young people between twelve...
Evaluation of lifting the ban on brothels; local authority policy
This report is concerned with the study of local authority policy. It is in particular concerned with how local authorities...
The punitive administration
The September 2005 issue of Judicial Explorations focuses on punishment in the Netherlands and how this is increasingly...
Integral enforcement policy regarding entrepreneurs
Search on related keywords of 'Local acts'
Basic Inter-term relationships
- SN Clarifying the meaning or definition of the use of a term
- USE Preferred Term
- UF Non-preferred term
- BT Hierarchical higher term
- NT Hierarchical lower term
- RT Associative term