“You don’t want to die. You want to reach your goals”: Alternative voices among young Black men in urban South AfricaDe Lannoy A 2013Paper presented at the Safety and Violence Initiative colloquium on violence and violence prevention in Africa, University of Cape Town, 1 November 2013.
South African Child Gauge 2015De Lannoy A, Swartz S, Lake L & Smith C (eds) 2015Children's Institute, University of Cape Town
Young adults’ social navigation through violent neighbourhoods in Cape TownDe Lannoy A 2013Paper presented at the International Youth Studies conference, University of Glasgow, 8 – 10 April 2013.
After Freedom: The rise of the post-apartheid generation in democratic South AfricaNewman K & De Lannoy A 2014 Boston: Beacon Publishers.
“You don’t want to die. You want to reach your goals”: Alternative voices among young Black men in urban South AfricaDe Lannoy A 2013Paper presented at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam, 3 April 2013.
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.
Ikasi style and the quiet violence of dreams: A critique of youth belonging in post-apartheid South AfricaSwartz S, Hamilton Harding J & De Lannoy A 2013In: Swartz S & Arnot M (eds) Youth citizenship and the politics of belonging. London, UK: Routledge
Continuing to learnDe Lannoy A 2011Research on a new vision for youth development, prepared for the Centre for Development and Enterprise.
Ikasi style and the quiet violence of dreams: A critique of youth belonging in post-apartheid South AfricaSwartz S, Hamilton Harding J & De Lannoy A 2012 Comparative Education. Special Issue: 48/1 Youth citizenship and the politics of belonging.
Interactive teaching in a large introductory sociology courseDe Lannoy A 2012Presented at the conference of teaching and learning, Difference in Teaching: Teaching for Difference, University of Cape Town, 25 October 2012.
“We are thrown away people”: Growing up in the Flats of Manenberg, a case studyDe Lannoy A 2012Paper presented at the Strategies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality: Towards Carnegie III conference, University of Cape Town, 3 – 7 September 2012.
The stuff that dreams are made of: Narratives on educational decision-making among young adults in Cape TownDe Lannoy A 2011Journal of Education. Special edition: Youth identity, 51: 53-72, 2011.
To the best of my knowledge, the South African Child Gauge is the only publication in South Africa that combines detailed empirical data presented in a user-friendly and accessible format, with insightful and thought-provoking research and commentary in the sphere of children’s rights.
Single best source that I am aware of on the subject area.
It's an excellent, current overview of the primary concerns for children in South Africa.
It makes me realise that as government we still have a lot to do.
I think they are excellent. They give a very short coverage, and I like the fact that they explain the data tables and come up with some sort of conclusion.
It is able to give us alternative picture of issues facing children in South Africa, government statistics are sometimes not an honest picture of enormity of the problems facing this country.