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From sidelines to centre stage: The inclusion of children with disabilities in the Children's Act

Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2009

A Children's Institute Case Study, Number 4, October 2009.

Children's Places: A literature review

Hall K & Henderson P 2009

The Means to Live. Targeting poverty alleviation to realise children's rights

Hall K, Leatt A & Rosa S 2009 [File size: 4.2 MB]

Comparative analysis of the Social Service Practitioners legislation

Seyisi K & Jamieson L 2009

The Journey of Hope: Creating a network of care for the children of Luckau village

Children's Institute & Catholic Institute of Education 2009

South African Child Gauge 2008/2009

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

Analysis of the 2009/10 budgets of the nine provincial departments of social developmentBudlender D & Proudlock P 2009In: Child and Youth Care Work, 27(3):28-32.
The right to access healthcare: A matter of age or maturity?Mahery P 2009In: CRIN Review, 23:10-11.

Introducing the Social Services Professions and Occupations Bill

Jamieson L 2009

In: Article 40, 11(3), December 2009: 1-4.

South African Child Gauge 2008/2009

 

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

Understanding the Social Service Professions and Occupations Bill: Part Two

Mahery P & Seyisi K 2009

In: Child and Youth Care Work, 27(6), November – December 2009: 22-24

South African Child Gauge 2008/2009: Children & education

Berry L, Hall K, Lake L, Marera DH, Pendlebury S & Smith C 2009

Poster-map [pdf 1.13 MB, print size A1] accompanying South African Child Gauge 2008/2009.

Understanding the Social Service Professions and Occupations Bill: Part One

Mahery P & Jamieson L 2009

In: Child and Youth Care Work, 27(5), September – October 2009: 14-15

Submission on draft regulations: Extension of the Child Support GrantProudlock P 2009Oral submission to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, November 2009.
Submission on draft regulations: Extension of the Child Support Grant and proposed introduction of a new school enrollment and attendance conditionJoint submission submitted on 11 December 2009 by the Children's Institute (University of Cape Town), Black Sash, Alliance for Children's Entitlement to Social Security, Childline South Africa, Disabled Children's Action Group, National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers, Children’s Rights Centre, Caring Schools Network, Save the Children UK (SA Programme), Save the Children Sweden (Southern Africa Programme).

When the grant stops, the hope stops. The impact of the lapsing of the Child Support Grant at age 15: Testimonies from caregivers of children aged 15 to 18

Seyisi K & Proudlock P 2009

Report for Parliament, October 2009. Children’s Institute, Black Sash & the Alliance for Children’s Entitlement to Social Security (ACESS).

Pilot of the Care Dependency Grant Assessment Tool: Consolidated reportPhilpott S, Berry L & Hall K 2009 Study commissioned by the Department of Social Development: Disability and Old Age Grants Directorate.

Forest people, two countries and one continent: What empirical connections?Ifegbesan A, Pendlebury S & Annegarn H 2009International Research in Geography and Environmental Education, 18(1), February 2009: 45-56.

Analysis of the 2009/10 budgets of the nine provincial departments of social development: Are the budgets adequate to implement the Children’s Act?

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2009

Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.

“A large object with a small museum”: A narrative analysis of Tlotlo’s experience of an Astronomy Science CenterLelliott A & Pendlebury S 2009Curator: The Museum Journal, 52(3): 241-260.

'Ukugana': Informal marriage and children's rights discourse among ‘AIDS orphans' in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Henderson P 2009Paper presented at the Living Rights Symposium, Institut Universitaire Kurt Bosch, Sion, Switzerland, 19 – 20 January 2009.

Executive summary: Analysis of the 2009/10 budgets of the nine provincial departments of social development: Are the budgets adequate to implement the Children's Act?

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2009

Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.

Analysis of the 2009/10 budget of the Eastern Cape provincial department of social development: Is the budgets adequate to implement the Children’s Act?

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2009

Analysing the paradigms: Developmental social welfare and children’s right to social services in South AfricaDutschke M 2009The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher, 21(2): 148-165.

Analysis of the 2009/10 budget of the KwaZulu-Natal provincial department of social development: Is the budgets adequate to implement the Children’s Act?

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2009

Predictors of early first sexual intercourse among adolescents in Cape Town, South AfricaMathews C, Aaro LE, Flisher AJ, Mukoma W, Wubs AG & Schaalma H 2009Health Education Research, published online, 24(1):1-10. Oxford University Press.

Schools and communities: Building effective partnership

Rudolph N 2009

In: Pendlebury S, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2008/2009.

Meaningful access to basic education

Pendlebury S 2009

In: Pendlebury S, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2008/2009.

Children’s right to basic education

Lake L & Pendlebury S 2009

In: Pendlebury S, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2008/2009.

Key legislative developments in 2008/2009

Jamieson L, Hall K & Kassan D 2009

In: Pendlebury S, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2008/2009.

Addressing quality through school fees and school funding

Hall K & Giese S 2009

In: Pendlebury S, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2008/2009.

Dikwankwetla – Children in Action: Children’s participation in the law reform process in South AfricaJamieson L & Mũkoma W 2009In: Percy-Smith B & Thomas N (eds) A Handbook of Children and Young People’s Participation. New York: Routledge.

Special child protective measures in the Children’s ActKassan D & Mahery P 2009In: Boezaart T (ed) (2009) Child Law in South Africa. Claremont, Cape Town: Juta.

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Maintaining its value in international and South African child lawMahery P 2009In: Boezaart T (ed) (2009) Child Law in South Africa. Claremont, Cape Town: Juta.

Which resort? The role of residential care for children in the care and treatment of children infected and affected by HIV and AIDS in South Africa Moses S, Meintjes H, Berry L & Mampane R 2008Poster discussion presented at the XVII International AIDS Conference, Mexico City, 3 – 8 August 2008.

Children’s socio-economic rightsProudlock P 2009In: Boezaart T (ed) (2009) Child Law in South Africa. Claremont: Juta.

Orphans of the AIDS epidemic? The extent, nature and circumstances of child-headed households in South AfricaMeintjes H, Hall K, Marera DH & Boulle A 2009 Presented by Hall K at the 4th South African AIDS Conference, Durban, 31 March – 3 April 2009.

Innovative research methods in collaboration with children: A critical assessment of ‘child participation’Henderson P 2009Presented at the international seminar, Theorising Children’s Participation: Learning across countries and across disciplines, University of Cape Town, 6 – 8 April 2009.

Children and participation in South Africa: Exploring the landscapeBray R, Moses S & Henderson P 2009Presented at the international seminar, Theorising Children’s Participation: Learning across countries and across disciplines, Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, 6 – 8 April 2009.

Introduction to the Social Service Professions legislationSeyisi K 2009Presented at the Biennial Conference of the National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers, Bloemfontein, 31 June – 2 July 2009.

An introduction to the Children’s Institute proposed short course on children’s rights for health practitionersProudlock P 2009Presented at the Biennial Conference of the National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers, Bloemfontein, 31 June – 2 July 2009.

Analysis of the 2009/10 budgets of the nine provincial departments of social development: Are the budgets adequate to implement the Children’s Act?Proudlock P 2009Presented at the Biennial Conference of the National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers, Bloemfontein, 31 June – 2 July 2009.

New directions in child and youth research in AfricaHenderson P 2009Paper presented at the conference, New Frontiers in Child and Youth Research in Africa, Douala, Cameroon, 25 – 27 August 2009.

Affinity in the presence of death: HIV/AIDS, courtship and informal marriage in KwaZulu-NatalHenderson P 2009Paper presented at the SANORD seminar, Gender, Generation and Family Practices, University of Bodø, University of the Western Cape and University of Malawi, Mont Fleur, Stellenbosch, 23 – 27 November 2009.

Child indicators and social policy: Bringing children into focusHall K 2009Presented at the 2nd International Conference of the International Society of Child Indicators, Sydney, 4 – 5 November 2009.

Monitoring rights through child-centred indicators: A South African child indicator projectHall K 2009 Presented at the African Child Policy Forum/Childwatch International conference, Children’s Rights at a Crossroads, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 30 November – 2 December 2009.

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