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The ebb and flow of child health policy development in South Africa: Three case studies reflecting the role of the CI in shaping child health policy in South Africa

Shung-King M, December 2006

A Children’s Institute Case Study Number 2, December 2006

Teaching guide and learning material for Unit 1Dutschke M 2006Prepared for the MPhil in Maternal and Child Health course offered by the Child Health Unit at the University of Cape Town

Child Rights at the Core: A commentary on the use of international law in South African court cases on children's socio-economic rights

Rosa S & Dutschke M 2006

A Project 28 Working Paper, May 2006

South African Child Gauge 2006: Children and PovertyBerry L, Hall K, Leatt A, Marera D-H, Monson J, Redpath J, Shung-King M & Smith C 2006Poster-map accompanying the South African Child Gauge 2006.

Children's Bill Working Group workshop report on the draft Children's Amendment Bill

Held on 28 – 29 March 2006, compiled by the Children's Institute

Child Survival roundtable report

Abrahams K 2006

Hosted by the Children's Institute, Cape Town, 23 – 24 March 2006.

Report on workshop to review the draft policy for children living and working on the streetsPhilpott S, Jamieson L & Kruger J (for the Department of Social Development), November 2006

Facts about child deaths in South Africa (2006)

Abrahams K 2006

Children Count – Abantwana Babalulekile Fact Sheet Number 1 of 2006

Facts about children and housing in South Africa (2006)

Hall K 2006

Children Count – Abantwana Babalulekile Fact Sheet Number 2 of 2006

Rights in brief: Children's right to survival and maximum development

Dutschke M & Abrahams K 2006

Facts about the up-take of the Child Support Grant (January 2006)

Leatt A 2006

Children Count – Abantwana Babalulekile Fact Sheet Number 3 of 2006

Growing up in a time of AIDS: A children’s radio-documentary projectChildren’s Institute & Zisize Educational Trust 2006 [CD-ROM]

Grants for children: A brief look at the eligibility and take-up of the Child Support Grant and other cash grants

Leatt A 2006

CI Working Paper No. 5

Facts about 'invisible' and excluded children (2006)

Matthews T 2006

Children Count – Abantwana Babalulekile Fact Sheet Number 4 of 2006

A guide to making submissions to the provincial legislature on the Children’s Amendment Bill [B19-2006]

Jamieson L. September 2006

Facts about firearm injuries and fatalities among children in Cape Town

Matthews T 2006

Written for Firearms Control Amendment Bill hearings, 16 August 2006

Summary of the Children’s Bill costingBudlender D 2006Children’s Institute & Centre for Actuarial Research, December 2006

Children’s Amendment Bill Progress Update 15 September 2006

Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2006

Children’s Bill Progress Update 3 July 2006

Proudlock P 2006

Children’s Bill Progress Update 13 March 2006

Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2006

Spinning the epidemic: the making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDSMeintjes H & Giese S 2006In: Childhood: A global journal of child research 13(3), 407-430.

Child rights at the core: The use of international law in South African cases on children's socio-economic rightsRosa S & Dutschke M 2006In: South African Journal on Human Rights 22(2), 224-260.

Children’s Bill passed with amendmentsJamieson L 2006In: Child and Youth Care Work, Vol. 24, No. 2, February 2006

Children’s right to social servicesDutschke M 2006In: ESR Review, Issue 7, Vol. 1, April 2006

Children’s right to social servicesDutschke M 2006In: Child and Youth Care Work, Issue 24, Vol. 4, April 2006

Children’s Bill updateJamieson L 2006In: Child and Youth Care Work, Issue 24, Vol. 5, May 2006

Children’s Bill progress updateProudlock PIn: Child and Youth Care Work, Issue 24, Vol. 7, July 2006

Children’s Institute submission on the Firearms Control Amendment Bill

Jamieson L 2006

Submitted to the South African Police Services, 31 March 2006

National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers submission on the Children’s Amendment Bill

Thumbadoo Z, Allsopp M & Proudlock P 2006

Submitted to the Department of Social Development, June 2006

Children’s Institute submission on the Children’s Amendment Bill

Proudlock P 2006

Submitted to the Department of Social Development, June 2006

National Alliance for Street Children submission on the Children’s Amendment Bill

Jamieson L, Mahery P, Kruger J & Nzimande T 2006

Submitted to the Department of Social Development, June 2006

Children’s Institute submission on the Firearms Control Amendment BillJamieson L 2006Submitted to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Safety and Security, 9 July 2006

Children’s Institute submission on the Children’s Amendment Bill to the Gauteng Provincial Legislature 2006

Jamieson L, Mahery P & Proudlock P 25 October 2006

Under what conditions?Hall K 2006Presented at the Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN) World Congress, hosted by the Economic Policy Research Institute and the BIG Coalition, Cape Town, 2 November 2006.

Children’s Participation: Perspectives from South AfricaMoses S 2006Presented at the seminar Theorising Children’s Participation, University of Edinburgh, 4th – 6th September 2006.

Spinning the epidemic: The making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDSMeintjes H 2006Presented at Transcending Postcolonial Conditions: Towards Alternative Modernities, a joint conference of Anthropology Southern Africa, the Pan-African Anthropological Association and the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Cape Town, 3 – 7 December 2006.

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