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Books

After Freedom: The rise of the post-apartheid generation in democratic South Africa
Newman K & De Lannoy A 2014
Boston: Beacon Publishers.

South African Child Gauge 2013
Berry L, Biersteker L, Dawes A, Lake L & Smith C (eds) 2013
Children's Institute, University of Cape Town

South African Child Gauge 2010/2011
Jamieson L, Bray R, Viviers A, Lake L, Pendlebury S & Smith C (eds) 2011
Children's Institute, University of Cape Town 

Retrieving teaching: Critical issues in curriculum, pedagogy and learning
Shalem Y & Pendlebury S 2010
Cape Town: Juta Academic

Growing up in the new South Africa: Childhood and adolescence in post-apartheid Cape Town
Bray R, Gooskens I, Moses S, Khan L & Seekings J 2010
Cape Town: HSRC Press.

South African Child Gauge 2008/2009
Pendlebury S, Lake L, & Smith C (eds) 2008
Children's Institute, University of Cape Town

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South African Child Gauge 2007/2008
Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) 2008
Children's Institute, University of Cape Town

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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

CI is an exceptionally valuable resource, to the academic community, and to research activists in non-profit organisations (and there is some overlap between these). The research is thorough, and there has been a tremendous improvement in technical skill over the years. It is also timely, in the sense of allowing rapid feedback over new policy development and implementation.
 
 
Prof F Lund, Associate Professor: School of Development Studies,
University of KwaZulu-Natal, Sept. 2009

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