Sir - Sdim Curo Plant/ Children are Unbeatable, an alliance of more than 300 organisations, welcomes the Assembly Government's announcement that it is exploring how it might outlaw the corporal punishment of children.
What does CAUB stand for?
CAUB stands for Children Are Unbeatable (UK)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
We have 2 other meanings of CAUB in our Acronym Attic
- Crew Access Unit (intercom equipment)
- Cruel and Unusual
- Crypto-Auxiliary Unit
- Cryptographic Ancillary/Authorization Unit
- Customer Acquisition Unit (NASA)
- Customer Assistance Unit (various locations)
- Cybertron Alliance Universe
- Controlled Access Unit/Lobe Attachment Module
- Clark Atlanta University Alumni Association (Atlanta, Georgia)
- Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee (Canada)
- Close Above the Upper Bollinger Band (stocks)
- Coalition Against Unsolicited Bulk Email
- Canadian Association of University Business Officers
- Canadian Adventist University College
- Caucasian American Understanding Coalition
- Center for the Advancement of Underserved Children (formerly Center for the Advancement of Urban Children)
- Center for the Advancement of Urban Children (now Center for the Advancement of Underserved Children)
- Civil Aviation University Of China
- Complete and Utter Chaos
- Código Aduanero Uniforme Centro Américano (Guatemala)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dr Elizabeth Penlington, (right) the former principal medical officer for Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust and a key member of the national Children Are Unbeatable Alliance, said: "I am desperately disappointed that a New Labour government prevented its MPs from having a free vote.
Rachel Hodgkin, from the campaign group Children Are Unbeatable, said: 'The prevalence of smacking is no surprise which is why we have always argued for a change in the law.
Anne Crowley, policy adviser to Save the Children Cymru and chair of the Children are Unbeatable Cymru strategy group, said, 'Sweden took its first step many years ago - now almost no one in Sweden supports smacking children.