Develop a proposal for a social
services program intended to assist with a specific developmental stage discussed in this course
(pregnancy/prenatal, 0-3, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence) Students must
identify a relevant problem or opportunity for improvement associated with their chosen
developmental stage and explain how their progress addresses it. When complete, students will
present their programs to the class. Specific grading rubric is provided. Assignment due on
12/1/20 for ALL STUDENTS.
You will create a program designed to address a problem related to a specific developmental stage
discussed in this course (infancy, adolescence, late adulthood, etc.) Each student will be assigned during
the third week of classes.
You must do your research and pick a problem that’s actually related to this stage. For example,
substance abuse prevention for adolescents would be appropriate; an anti-bullying campaign for middleaged adults would not. The textbook has many stage-specific problems listed in the chapters.
Your program proposal should address the following elements:
- WHO: Which population is this program intended to serve? Is it one large group, such as all
In the context of taxation, many regard the starting point of the development of abuse of law as the Halifax and Emsland-Stärke decisions. Given after van Binsbergen, the Greek “challenge” cases, and Centros. Emsland-Stärke was essentially the result of a need to prevent European law from being relied upon in respect of transactions that in substance countered the European legal order. Thus, as a goal, this marks a structural similarity with tax avoidance and tax evasion. 3.1 The establishment of the abuse test and the precursor to Halifax: Emsland Stärke Shortly after the ruling in Centros, the Court released the Emsland Stärke judgment. This case concerned the common agricultural policy. Emsland Stärke exported various forms of starch to Switzerland, and received an export refund for this. Immediately after, the same products were transported (unaltered) back to Germany, where they were sold. Upon return, the German authorities reclaimed the unduly granted refund back from Emsland Stärke. Though the Court did not explicitly state that abuse of Community law is a general principle, it agreed with the Commission and implicitly did so. It set up a twofold test for determining such abuse; one part being objective and the other subjective. By including the subjective intention of an interested party involved, Emsland Stärke narrowed down the wide scope the prohibition of abuse had in Van Binsbergen, while conduct which under Centros criteria would be normally considered a mere exercise of fundamental freedoms, would instead constitute abuse, if the objective and subjective elements of the test were cumulatively met. 3.1.1 The Objective element>GET ANSWER