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From fieldwork to facts to firearms control. Research and advocacy towards firearm control legislation in South Africa: A case study

Shung-King M, Proudlock P & Michelson L August 2005

A Children's Institute Case Study, Number 1, December 2005.

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

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]

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

Shung-King M & Zampoli M 2005

Save the Children Sweden & Children's Institute

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]

Oversight and legislative tools for Parliament to facilitate and monitor the realisation of children's rights

Proudlock P, 2005

Developed for training of SADC Members of Parliament, September 2005

Research priorities in the area of the interface between children’s well-being and unemployment in South Africa: Seminar reportHosted by the Children’s Institute, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) and Save the Children Sweden, Cape Town, 14 October 2005

Addressing child rights and child labour – A poverty strategy for South Africa?Nicolaou K & Durieux M, Labour and UIF Directorate: National TreasuryPresented at seminar Research priorities in the area of the interface between children’s well-being and unemployment in South Africa, hosted by the Children’s Institute, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) and Save the Children Sweden, Cape Town, 14 October 2005

Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children’s rights realLeatt A & Rosa S (eds) 2005A series of discussion papers on selected poverty alleviation programmes that impact on children’s lives [CD-ROM].

South African Child Gauge 2005

South African Child Gauge 2005Jacobs M, Shung-King M & Smith C (eds) 2005Children's Institute, University of Cape Town 

Unemployment and children’s well-being: A statistical explorationBudlender D, Centre for Actuarial Research: University of Cape TownPresented at seminar Research priorities in the area of the interface between children’s well-being and unemployment in South Africa, hosted by the Children’s Institute, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) and Save the Children Sweden, Cape Town, 14 October 2005

What are the champions in your school community doing?

Monson J 2005

In: The Educator's Voice, May/June 2005

Heroes of our time: Health workers helping children

Children's Institute 2005

A booklet aimed at health workers who want to help children in the times of HIV and AIDS.

Child protection and social security in the face of poverty and the AIDS pandemic: Issues pertaining to the Children’s Bill [B70-2003]: A fact sheet

Meintjes H & Van Niekerk J February 2005

Exciting new partnership to support vulnerable childrenMonson J 2005In: The Educator's Voice, March/April 2005

Service providers working together to help children in the time of HIV and AIDS

Children's Institute 2005

A booklet aimed at teachers, health workers, home-based carers, community workers, volunteers and social workers

South African Child Gauge 2005

 

South African Child Gauge 2005Jacobs M, Shung-King M & Smith C (eds) 2005Children's Institute, University of Cape Town 

Reporting on children in the context of HIV/AIDS: A journalist’s resource

Children’s Institute, Centre for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town; the Media Monitoring Project & the HIV/AIDS and the Media Project, School of Journalism, University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, 2005

Free to Learn: A discussion paper on the School Fee Exemption policyVeriava F 2005In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children's rights real. [CD-ROM]

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'But where are our moral heroes?' An analysis of South African press reporting on children affected by HIV/AIDSMeintjes H & Bray R 2005In: African Journal of AIDS Research 4(3), 147-159.

Children 'in need of care' or in need of cash? Social security in the time of AIDSMeintjes H, Budlender D, Giese S & Johnson LIn: South African Review of Sociology, 36(2), 2005.

Children’s Bill Progress Update: Report on the amendments made by the Portfolio Committee on Social Development

Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2005

27 June 2005

Legal opinion on s4(2) of the Children’s BillDutschke M & Proudlock P 2005Written for the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, May 2005

Update on Children’s Bill 4 February 2005

Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2005

At all costs? Applying the means test for the Child Support Grant

Budlender B, Rosa H & Hall K 2005

Children's Institute and Centre for Actuarial Research, University of Cape Town, September 2005

Another paper list or a means of protection?Proudlock P 2005In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 59, January/February 2005

Children’s Bill UpdateProudlock P 2005In: Child and Youth Care, 23(4), April 2005

No second-best law for childrenProudlock P 2005FirstALERT in ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 61, May/June 2005

Vote is a milestone for defence of rightsJamieson L 2005In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 62, July/August 2005

“The community doesn’t listen, children keep coming alone [to the clinic] and being sent away…” A qualitative account of the health sector response to the needs of children in six AIDS-affected communities in South AfricaGiese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2005Poster displayed at the AIDS Impact Conference, Cape Town, 4 – 7 April 2005.

Submission on the Regulations to the Social Assistance Act No 13 of 2004Rosa S & Dlwengu A 2005Presented to the Western Cape and National Department of Social Development, March 2005

A focus on children: Enabling child-friendly policies

Lagerdien K 2005

Written submission on the draft Integrated Development Plan of the City of Cape Town (2005/2006) on behalf of the Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town

Social security implementation – granting assistance to the poorLeatt A 2005Presented in consultation with Rosa S at a NALEDI conference, Johannesburg, 28 – 29 September 2004.

Defining basic health care services for childrenShung-King M 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

Using international law to realise children’s socio-economic rights in South AfricaRosa S 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

Interpreting Section 28: Building the future by exploring the pastProudlock P 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

Actualising the right to participateMniki N 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

Securing the means to liveLeatt A 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005

Reviewing child deaths in South AfricaLagerdien K 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

"My neighbour tries to help, but she too is in need." Reflecting on realities as we work towards a world fit for childrenGiese S 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

Children’s right to social servicesDutschke M 2005Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.

Policies to live by: Targeted poverty alleviation for children in South AfricaLeatt A 2005Paper presented at Children and poverty: Global trends, local solutions conference, jointly hosted by UNICEF and Graduate Programme in International Affairs, New School University, New York, 25 – 27 April 2005.

Programme planning for children in the context of HIV/AIDSGiese S 2005Presented at the World Education/Africa HIV/AIDS conference, Cape Town, April 2005.

Children ‘in need of care’ or in need of cash? Questioning social security provisions for children in the context of the South African AIDS epidemicMeintjes H 2005Presented at the second South African AIDS conference, Durban, 7 – 10 June 2005.

Trapped between a rock and a hard place – A focus on child survival in the face of contemplating on the well-being of childrenShung-King M on behalf of Lagerdien K 2005Presented at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.

From fieldwork to facts to firearms controlShung-King M 2005Presented at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.

Dikwankwetla children in action: A case study of child advocates in South AfricaMniki N & Rosa S 2005Presented by Mniki N at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.

Just another brick in the wall? Towards a housing policy that accommodates childrenHall K 2005Presented at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.

Spinning the epidemic: The making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDSMeintjes H 2005Presented at the international conference on Children and Youth in Emerging and Transforming Societies, University of Oslo, Norway, 29 June – 3 July 2005

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