International humanitarian law (IHL) grants children two forms of protection: first, the general protection granted to them as non-combatant individuals; second, special protection as they are considered to be a particularly vulnerable group in times of war and armed conflict.
What does GP stand for?
GP stands for General Protection
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of GP
We have 60 other meanings of GP in our Acronym Attic
- General Patronage (older MPAA movie rating)
- General Pediatrics
- General Physics Corporation
- General Planning
- General Population (prisons)
- General Practice
- General Practitioner (family doctor)
- General Principle
- General Procedure
- General Products
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He said after a long gap, Civil Defence Courses curriculum was revitalized last year with the aim to make the organization need oriented by including topics like, counter Improvised Explosive Device (IED) tactics, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical warfare, health and safety, general protection and disaster management.
Conversely, the CPR is relatively new legislation and provides a more general protection which will be extended to property.
The proposed settings are enough for general protection of user docs, music, videos, mail, and other common data.
Ideal for use in cold stores, construction and general outdoor work the XRT[TM] Insulator[TM] combines high comfort and flexibility with general protection, excellent abrasion resistance and good grip.
If voters are asked to decide whether to provide this tool to the police, they should first make certain it's not a blunt one, but one that achieves the desired results without weakening the public's general protections against unwarranted searches.
He provides a revisionist view, contending that the decline of Lochner-style decisions in the New Deal era represented an abandonment by the Court of a general protection of liberty against the government's police power in favor of a double standard wherein the Court favored progressive "social legislation" expanding the police power in opposition to freedom of contract while conversely maintaining protection of liberty rights, such as those listed in the Bill of Rights as well as other rights such as voting and the right to privacy.
The police could just give general protection to the people, but it couldnt provide protection to every individual and as such it was a wrong perception that it (police) would be every where (to protect people) applying magic and stop the things from being happened.