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Our voices are all we have! NACCW Youth Conference presentationJamieson L 2011Child and Youth Care Work, 29(4), July/August 2011:29-31.

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.

Discussion paper on the Social Service Professions Policy

Mahery P 2010

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: A return to the ‘care or cash’ debate

Hall K & Proudlock P 2011

Children Count brief, July 2011.

A guide to the Children’s Act for child and youth care workers: Part four. Registration of CYCCs and the National Child Protection RegisterMahery P & Jamieson L 2011Child and Youth Care Work, 29(2), March/April 2011: 28-29.

Underreporting child abuse deaths: Experiences from a national study on child homicide. CorrespondenceMathews S, Abrahams N, Jewkes R & Martin L 2013South African Medical Journal, 2013, 103 (3):133.

Children's Act guide for early childhood development practitioners November 2011 [File size: 2.45 MB]Berry L, Jamieson L & James MChildren's Institute, University of Cape Town, & Little Elephant Training Centre for Early Education (LETCEE)

A guide to the Children’s Act for child and youth care workers: Part three: Child and youth care centresMahery P & Jamieson L 2011Child and Youth Care Work, 29(1), January/February 2011: 32-33.

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

A guide to the Children’s Act for Child and Youth Care Workers: Part five. Child participation in child and youth care centres and other programmesJamieson L 2011Child and Youth Care Work, 29(4), July/August 2011:23-25.

Children’s Act guide for child and youth care workersJanuary 2011 (Edition 1) [File size: 2.84 MB]Mahery P, Jamieson L & Scott K 2011 Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, & National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers

Umuntungumuntungabantu: Report on the fifth biennial NACCW Youth Conference Jacobs L & Jamieson L 2011Child and Youth Care Work, 29(4), July/August 2011:26-29.

Presentation to National Treasury on social welfare services: According to the law what is government obligated to provide and fund?Proudlock P & Skelton A 2013

Children's Bill: Initiating a national civil society responseProudlock P, Bower C, Mvulane Z & Philips L January 2003

Policies and laws relevant to child health and how to participate in their formulationUnit in Organisation and Management module of the UCT M.Phil in Maternal & Child Health, 2001

Children's Bill: Promoting informed debate in the sectorProudlock P, Bower C, Mvulane Z & Philips L March 2003

Children’s Institute amicus curiae affidavit in Sithasolwazi Stemele and Minister for Social Development, case no. 14/1/4/-206/10, South Gauteng High CourtProudlock P, Hall K, Meintjes H & Jamieson L October 2011

Social protection and the National Development Plan: closing the gap for children – opportunities and challengesMathews S 2013Social Dynamics: A journal of African Studies, 2013, 39(1): 138-143.

Developing social policy for children in the context of HIV/AIDS: A South African case study

Budlender D, Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2008

A Children's Institute Case Study, Number 3, December 2008.Children's Institute & Community Agency for Social Enquiry

The Social Services Professions and Occupations Bill and the Social Services Professions Policy

Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2010

In: Child and Youth Care Work, 28(2), March/April: 20-21.

Intimate partner femicide in South Africa in 1999 and 2009Abrahams N, Mathews S, Martin LJ, Lombard C & Jewkes R 2013 PLoS Med, 10(4): e1001412. DIO:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001412

A guide to the Children’s Act for child and youth care workers: Part two. Compulsory reporting obligations and removing a child in need of care and protection Jamieson L & Mahery P 2010In: Child and Youth Care Work, 28(6), November/December 2010: 20-22.

Are children’s rights prioritised at a time of budget cuts? Assessing the adequacy of the 2013/14 social development budgets for funding of Children’s Act services

Budlender B & Proudlock P 2013

Commentary on the 2013/14 MTEF: Social grants and social services for childrenProudlock P 2013Presented at the Budget Expenditure and Monitoring Forum, Cape Town, 22 October 2013.

A guide to the Children’s Act for child and youth care workers: Part one

Mahery P & Jamieson L 2010

In: Child and Youth Care Work, 28(5), September/October 2010: 16-18.

Children’s Institute submission to Parliament on the Draft Policy on Financial Awards for Service Providers

Budlender D, Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2011

Written submission for the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Parliament, endorsed by a number of children’s sector organisations and presented to Parliament by Resources Aimed at the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect and Molo Songololo, September 2011.

The Children’s Bill Child Participation ProjectMarch 2004Report on workshop held 9 – 11 December 2003

The Social Service Professions Policy: Recommendations from the child and youth care sector

Allsopp M & Mahery P 2010

In: Child and Youth Care Work, 28(6), November/December 2010: 24-29.

South African Child Gauge 2007/2008

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

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: Return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented to official from National Treasury, 23 June 2011.

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: Return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented by Hall to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Parliament, 14 June 2011.

Orphaning and the Foster Child Grant: Return to the ‘care or cash’ debateHall K & Proudlock P 2011Presented to the Department of Social Development, Pretoria, 8 June 2011.

Child Protection Week 2003. Fact sheet No. 4: Crimes against children

Bower R, Proudlock P & Smith C 2003

Produced in collaboration with Resources Aimed at the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (RAPCAN)

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

Introducing the Social Services Professions and Occupations Bill

Jamieson L 2009

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

Support for children: Social services and social securityLeatt A & Hall K 2012In: Kibel M, Saloojee H & Westwood T (eds) Child Health for All. 5th Edition.Cape Town: Oxford University Press Southern Africa.

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

Funding the Children’s Act: Assessing the adequacy of the 2011/12 budgets of the provincial departments of social development

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2011 [research report]

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

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

South African Child Gauge 2007/2008

 

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

Recommendations for inclusion in the Budget Review and Recommendations Report of the Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional DevelopmentProudlock P & Budlender D 2010Written submission to the Portfolio Committee on Justice and Constitutional Development, Parliament, October 2010.

Funding the Children’s Act: Assessing the adequacy of the 2011/12 budget of the Free State department of social development

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2011

Funding of services required by the Children's ActBudlender D, Proudlock P & Giese S 2011Community for Social Enquiry & Children's Institute [research summary]

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

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

Funding of Children's Act-related servicesBudlender D, Williams L, Saal Q, Sineke T & Proudlock P 2011Community for Social Enquiry & Children's Institute, UCT [1.22 MB, research report]

Report of the Children’s Bill Working Group Workshop March 2007Jamieson L, Dien W & Proudlock P 2007

Isibindi: Innovative approaches to rural development through the delivery of child and youth care serviceJamieson L & Thumbadoo Z 2012Paper presented at the Strategies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality: Towards Carnegie III conference, University of Cape Town, 3 – 7 September 2012.

Children's Institute submission on the draft regulations to the Children's Act 38 of 2005

Proudlock P, Meintjes H & Moses S 2008

Written submission to the national Department of Social Development, 11 August 2008.

Children’s Institute recommendations for inclusion in the Budget Review and Recommendations Report of the Portfolio Committee on Social Development Proudlock P 2010Written and oral presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Parliament, 21 October 2010.

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

Jamieson L. September 2006

Recommendations for changes to the budget

Proudlock P & Budlender D 2010

Children’s Institute & Community Agency for Social Enquiry, October 2010

An assessment of government interventions on the elimination of child labour in four African countries – Zimbabwe, Uganda, Ghana, and EthiopiaNhenga-Chakarisa T 2012Presented at the 37th International Education Conference of the National Association of Black Social Workers, Cape Town, 24 August 2012.

Non-profit organisations and the Western Cape social development budget for 2010/11

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2010

Social security provisions in the draft Children's BillProudlock P November 2002

Positive care? HIV and residential care for children in South AfricaMoses S & Meintjes H 2010African Journal of AIDS Research 2010, 9(2): 107-115.

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.

Choices which can affect the cost of the Children’s Bill

Budlender D, Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2007

Centre for Actuarial Research & Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, July 2007

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.

Children’s Amendment Bill Progress Update: Call for submissions

Jamieson L 2007

Issued 17 July 2007.

Children’s Amendment Bill Progress Update 29 June 2007Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2007

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

Implementing the Children’s Act: Analysis of human resources and capacity constraintsProudlock P & Budlender D 2011Presentation by Proudlock to the National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers’ 18th biennial conference Promoting Cultural Diversity in Circles of Care, Port Elizabeth, 5 – 7 July 2011.

Analysis of the 2008/2009 budgets of the nine provincial departments of social development: Are the budgets adequate to implement the Children’s Act?

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2008

Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, July 2008

Children’s Amendment Bill Progress Update 15 September 2006

Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2006

Analysis of the 2008/09 budget of the Gauteng provincial Department of Social Development: Is the budget adequate for implementing the Children’s Act?

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2008

Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, April 2008.

Children’s Bill Progress Update 3 July 2006

Proudlock P 2006

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

Budlender D & Proudlock P 2009

Children’s Bill Progress Update 13 March 2006

Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2006

Home Truths: HIV, residential care and family support for children in South AfricaMeintjes H & Pinkerton J 2011Keynote at the Protecting Children Through Family Support conference, Child and Family Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Galway, 16 June 2011.

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

Children’s Act guide for child and youth care workersJamieson L 2011Presented at the National Association of Child and Youth Care Workers’ 18th biennial conference Promoting Cultural Diversity in Circles of Care, Port Elizabeth, 5 – 7 July 2011.

US leads the anti-rights bullyingMvulane Z 2002In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 43, June/July 2002

Report back on the Children’s Bill parliamentary hearings 21 September 2004

Proudlock P 2004

Home truths: The phenomenon of residential care for children in a time of AIDS

Meintjes H, Moses S, Berry L & Mapane R 2007

Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town & Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria, June 2007

The case against fast-tracking the lawProudlock P 2003In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 51/52, October/December 2003

Socio-economic rights in South Africa: Children's right to special protectionProudlock P 2002In: ESR Review Issue 3, Vol. 2, September 2002

Protecting South Africa’s children: what difference will the new Children’s Bill make?Berry L 2007CME: South African Journal of Continuing Medical Education, 25(4):168-171.

Analysis of the splitting of the August 12 version of the Children’s BillBulman R, Proudlock P & Mbebe M November 2003

Budgeting for human resources for social welfare services: The South African experienceBudlender D & Proudlock P 2010Presented by Proudlock on behalf of Community Agency for Social Enquiry and Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town at the international Social Welfare Workforce Strengthening Conference, organised by PEPFAR (USAID), Cape Town, 16 November 2010.

Towards a year of delivery for childrenProudlock P 2003In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 48, April/May 2003

Bill needs to be kept on everyone’s agendaBower C & Proudlock P 2003In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 48, April/May 2003

Recommendations for health and social services to address the needs of orphans and other vulnerable children in the context of HIV/AIDS in South Africa

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

In: Child and Youth Care Journal, Vol. 21, No. 4, April 2003

The challenge lies in implementing policy

Giese S & Meintjes H 2003

In: ChildrenFIRST, Special Edition 2003

State duty to children without parentsRosa S 2003In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 50, August/September 2003

Children’s Bill – last chance to commentProudlock P 2004FirstALERT in ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 53, January/February 2004

Ensure our call is heardProudlock P 2004In: ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 54, March/April 2004

Children’s Act guide for South African child and youth care workersMahery P 2010Presented at the 31st Congress of the Fédération Internationale des Communautés Educatives (FICE), Cape Town, 7 December 2010.

Children's Bill - the road aheadProudlock P 2004FirstALERTS in ChildrenFIRST, Issue Number 56, July/August 2004

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

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

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

The Children’s Act: Providing a strong legislative foundation for a developmental approach to child care and protection

Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2008In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds)

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

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

Human resources needed to give effect to children’s right to social services

Loffell J, Allsopp M, Atmore E & Monson J 2008

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

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

Submission to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development on the Social Assistance BillRosa S, Proudlock P & Frye I 2003On behalf of the Alliance for Children's Entitlement to Social Security (ACESS), September 2003

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

Submission on the draft Children's Bill to the Department of Social Development

Rosa S & Proudlock P 2003

On behalf of the Alliance for Children's Entitlement to Social Security, September 2003

Developmental social welfare policies and children’s right to social services

Dutschke M 2008

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

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

Submission to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development on the Social Assistance Bill with a special focus on meeting the needs of children in the context of HIV/AIDS

Giese S & Meintjes H September 2003

Children’s constitutional right to social services

Dutschke M & Monson J 2008

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

Children’s Amendment Bill progress updateJamieson L 2007In: Child and Youth Care Work, Vol. 24, No. 4, April 2007

Budget allocations for implementing the Children’s Act

Budlender D, Proudlock P & Monson J 2008In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds)

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

African renaissance comes for children’s social servicesJamieson L & Proudlock P 2007In: Child and Youth Care Work, Vol. 25, No. 10, October 2007

A quick guide to the Children’s Act No. 38 of 2008 and the Children’s Amendment BillProudlock P & Jamieson L 2008In: Child and Youth Care Work, Vol. 26, No. 1, January/February 2008

Support for children: Social services and social securityLeatt A 2007In: Kibel MA, Westwood A & Saloojeeh H (eds) Child Health for All: A Manual for Southern Africa. Edition 4.Cape Town: Oxford University Press Southern Africa.

Making the link between social services and social assistance

Smith C 2008

In: Proudlock P, Dutschke M, Jamieson L, Monson J & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2007/2008.

Submission number 2 on the Children’s Bill (objects, parenting responsibilities and rights, and primary prevention)

Rosa S & Proudlock P 2004

Presented to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, 12 August 2004, Parliament

Submission number 1 on the child rights chapter of the Children’s Bill

Proudlock P & Dutschke M 2004

Presented to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, 12 August 2004, Parliament

South African Congress on Early Childhood Development Submission on the Children’s Bill

Mohammed Z, Leatt A, Ntombela D & Newman M 2004

Presented to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, 13 August 2004, Parliament

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

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

Children’s Institute submission on the Children’s Amendment Bill [B19-2006]

Proudlock P 2007

Submitted to the Western Cape Provincial Legislature, 13 February 2007

Children’s Institute submission on children’s right to basic health care servicesDutschke M & Abrahams K 2007Submitted to the South African Human Rights Commission, 16 April 2007

The draft Children’s Bill: Law reform updateProudlock P 2003Presented at South African Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect conference on the Children’s Bill, 27 – 28 November 2003.

HIV sub-group submission on the Children’s Amendment Bill [B19B – 2006]

Mukoma W, Philpott S & Jamieson L 2007

Submitted to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Parliament, 8 August 2007.

Submission from the Children’s Institute on child-headed households in the Children’s Amendment Bill [B19B – 2006]

Mukoma W & Jamieson L 2007

Submitted to the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, Parliament, 8 August 2007.

Submission from the Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, on residential care in the Children’s Amendment Bill [B19B – 2006]

Moses S & Meintjes H 2007

Submitted to the parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Social Development, 8 August 2007.

Submission from the Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, on the regulations to Chapters 8 and 13 of the Children’s Amendment Bill [B19D – 2006]Moses S 2007Submitted to the drafters, 23 November 2007.

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

The Children’s Bill – Progress to date with emphasis on implications for child and youth care workersJamieson L 2007Presented at the sixteenth biennial National Association of Child Care Workers conference Responding professionally to practice complexities in child and youth care settings, Durban, 3 – 5 July 2007.

Analysing the paradigms: Developmental social welfare and children’s right to social services in South AfricaDutschke M 2008Presented at the 33rd Global Conference of the International Council on Social Welfare, Tours, France, 30 June – 4 July 2008.

Implementing change: Social service professionals in South Africa’s reformed welfare systemDutschke M 2008Presented at the 34th Biennial Congress of the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Durban, 20 – 24 July 2008.

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