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Children’s Institute amicus curiae affidavit, 2012In: SS and The Presiding Officer of the Children’s Court, District of Krugersdorp and Others, SGJ Case no: A3056/11, South Gauteng High Court. [revised]

Children’s Institute heads of argument, 2012 In: SS and The Presiding Officer of the Children’s Court, District of Krugersdorp and Others, SGJ Case no: A3056/11, South Gauteng High Court. [revised]

Children’s Institute founding affidavit, 2012In: Children’s Institute and The Presiding Officer of the Children’s Court, District of Krugersdorp and Others, Supreme Court of Appeal. 

Children's Places: A literature review

Hall K & Henderson P 2009

Children and income poverty: A brief update

Hall K & Chennells M 2011

Children Count brief, July 2011.

Children’s Institute heads of argument, 2012In: Children’s Institute and The Presiding Officer of the Children’s Court, District of Krugersdorp and Others, Supreme Court of Appeal.

Children’s Institute founding affidavit, 2012In: Children’s Institute and The Presiding Officer of the Children’s Court, District of Krugersdorp and Others, Constitutional Court, CCT 69/12.

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

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

Geographies of care: Children, inequality and mobility Hall K 2013    Paper presented at the 5th annual HIV-in-context research symposium on Urbanisation, inequality and HIV, School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape, 13 – 15 March 2013.

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]

Children’s Institute heads of argument, 2012In: Children’s Institute and The Presiding Officer of the Children’s Court, District of Krugersdorp and Others, Constitutional Court, CCT 69/12.

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]

Comprehensive review of the provision of social assistance to children in family careBudlender D, Proudlock P, Hall K, Jamieson L & Meintjes H 2012Report for the Department of Social Development, by the Community Agency for Social Enquiry and the Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.

Good houses make good people? Explorations in the nature of knowledge about the relationship between human health and the urban environment at the neighbourhood scale in Cape TownSmit W, De Lannoy A, Dover RVH, Lambert EV, Levitt, N & Watson V 2014In: Cooper B & Morrell R (eds) Africa-Centred Knowledges? – The Creative Space between the Immovable Rock and the Bad Place. London: James Currey.

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].

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

Breaking the cycle of intergenerational poverty Hall K 2013In: Hofmeyr J (ed) Transformation Audit 2012. The Youth Divided: Unlocking the potential of young South Africans. Cape Town: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation.

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.

Issue paper on social security for children in South Africa

Guthrie T & Footner L 2000

Prepared for the Committee of Inquiry for a Comprehensive Social Security System in South Africa.

A comprehensive social security system for children in South Africa: A framework

Guthrie T June 2002

How good is service delivery now?

Leatt A 2004

Published in ACESS News, August 2004

Facts about children and housing in South Africa (2006)

Hall K 2006

Children Count – Abantwana Babalulekile Fact Sheet Number 2 of 2006

Appropriate state support for orphaned children in the care of relativesProudlock P 2012Presented at an international seminar on Shaping Research, Policy and Practice for Children and Youth: Sharing and Reflecting on Lessons for the Future from a Decade of Experience, Cape Town, 13 – 15 May 2012.

The case of child SS and 1.1 million other children: Appropriate social assistance for orphan children in the care of relativesProudlock P 2012Paper presented in a mini-plenary at the Strategies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality: Towards Carnegie III conference, University of Cape Town, 3 – 7 September 2012.

Addressing the social determinants of health

Lake L & Reynolds L 2010

In: Kibel M, Lake L, Pendlebury S & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2009/2010.

An integrated approach to malnutrition in childhoodHendricks M & Bourne L 2010In: Kibel M, Lake L, Pendlebury S & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2009/2010.
Place and mobility: New possibilities for exploring child poverty dynamics in South AfricaHall K 2010Presented at the conference Overcoming Inequality and Structural Poverty in South Africa: Towards inclusive growth and development, hosted by the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS); the Chronic Poverty Research Centre; the Isandla Institute; the Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII); and the Programme to Support Pro-Poor Policy Development, a joint initiative of the Presidency, Republic of South Africa, and the Delegation of the European Union, 20 – 23 September 2010.

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.

Accommodating children in the context of urban migrationHall K 2010Presented at the conference Changing Families in a Changing World, hosted by the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 14 – 16 June 2010.

Conditioning the grant: The quest for more 'value' from the South African Child Support GrantHall K 2010Presented at the India–Brazil–South Africa (IBSA) Academic Forum, Brazilia, Brazil, 12 – 13 April 2010.

Promoting a comprehensive approach to social securityProudlock P & Martin P 2003Presentation at the Alliance for Children’s Entitlement to Social Security national conference, 12 – 13 June 2003.

Securing the means to liveLeatt A 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.

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.

Where to draw the line? Targeting and leakage in the Child Support GrantHall K June 2007Presented at the First Annual Conference on the Economics of Social Protection, hosted by the Department of Economics, University of Pretoria, and Department of Social Development, Magaliesberg, 15 June 2007.

The ‘Ins’ and ‘Outs’ of poverty targeting: Using research to make poverty alleviation work for childrenHall K 2007Paper presented at the joint conference of Comparative Research on Child Poverty and Childwatch International, Oslo, Norway, 17 – 19 September 2007.

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