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Japan hopes to establish an agency for children and family affairs in fiscal 2023 to address child abuse, bullying and various other problems related to children in an integrated way.

The government adopted a basic policy for the new agency in December 2021 and a bill to establish the agency last month, aiming to eliminate sectionalism in administrative functions and provide seamless support in related areas regardless of child age.

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