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Working & discussion papers

Child death reviews in the context of child abuse fatalities – learning from international practice

Mathews S, Abrahams N & Martin LJ 2013Briefing paper produced jointly with the Gender and Health Research Unit, Medical Research Council & Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, University of Cape Town.

Briefing paper produced jointly with the Gender and Health Research Unit, Medical Research Council & Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, University of Cape Town.

Discussion paper on the Social Service Professions Policy

Mahery P 2010

Discussion paper on the provisions of the draft Children’s Bill for children made vulnerable in the context of HIV/AIDS
Children’s Institute, August 2003
Discussion paper to inform civil society deliberations and submissions on the Children’s Bill.

The role of schools in addressing the needs of children made vulnerable in the context of HIV/AIDS

Giese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2003

Healing Inequality: Targeting health care for children

Shung-King M, McIntyre D & Jacobs M 2005

In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. [CD-ROM]

Antiretroviral roll-out in South Africa: Where do children feature?

Shung-King M & Zampoli M 2005

Save the Children Sweden & Children's Institute

Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to realise children’s rights

Leatt A, Rosa S & Hall K 2005

In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. [CD-ROM & hard copy]

Accommodating the Poor? A review of the Housing Subsidy Scheme and its implications for children
Hall K 2005
In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeted poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. [CD-ROM]

Policy choices that affect the cost of the Children’s Bill
Budlender D, Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2007
Children’s Institute & Centre for Actuarial Research, July 2007.

CI in the news

School system replicating apartheid
IOL, 24/11/2015

When the optimism of the youth conquers all
Sunday Times, 22/11/2015, p. 19

Stay hopeful – millennials are not the lost generation
The Saturday Star, 21/11/2015, p. 15

Newsroom: Youth and poverty
SABC News Digital, 18/11/2015

South African Child Gauge 2015
Redi Thlabi talk show, Cape Talk/702, 18/11/2015

Urgent intervention needed for SA’s impoverished children – report
702 online, 18/11/2015

This is the average child in SA
City Press, Voices, 15/11/2015, p. 6

‘Born-frees no better off than parents’
Weekend Argus, 15/11/2015, p. 11

Born-free(s), but still in chains
IOL, 15/11/2015

Class war looms as pupils suffer racism in school
Saturday Star, 14/11/2015, p. 19

Children in crisis
The Star, 12/11/2015, p. 14 [editorial]

Armoede onder kinders
eNCANews [Afrikaans], 11/11/2015 

Quotes

Written in plain English, the [SA Child] Gauge helps make academic research accessible to a wider audience.  [The 2008/2009 issue] serves as ideal reading material for pre- and in-service teacher training, as well as for anyone interested in the educational challenges of the day.
Prof M Robinson, (then) Dean of Education,
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Aug. 2009

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