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South African Child Gauge 2013Berry L, Biersteker L, Dawes A, Lake L & Smith C (eds) 2013Children's Institute, University of Cape Town

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)

The rights of children with disabilities to social assistance: A review of South Africa’s Care Dependency GrantMartin P, Proudlock P & Berry L 2014 In: Proudlock P (ed) (2014) South Africa’s Progress in Realising Children’s Rights: A Law Review. Published in partnership with Save the Children South Africa.

Stakeholder consultations on the development of the White Paper on Families in South Africa: Consolidated reportBerry L 2012Report for StrategeQ Developments on behalf of the national Department of Social Development.

Getting the basics right: An essential package of services and support for ECD

Berry L, Dawes A & Biersteker L 2013

In: Berry L, Biersteker L, Dawes A, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2013.

ECD services in South Africa: What are the next steps?Albino N & Berry L 2013In: Berry L, Biersteker L, Dawes A, Lake L & Smith C (eds) South African Child Gauge 2013.

Getting the basics right – from the start. How do we ensure that care and support services reach the most vulnerable young children? Berry L 2012 Presented at Because Your Child is a Somebody Ilifa Labantwana campaign launch, Johannesburg, 28 September 2012.

Toward the development of a family policy for South Africa: A call for an effective, robust poverty alleviation strategyBerry L & Makiwane M 2012 Paper presented at the Strategies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality: Towards Carnegie III conference, University of Cape Town, 3 – 7 September 2012.

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.

South African Child Gauge 2009/2010: Children & health

Lake L, Berry L, Hall K, Rhode J, Kibel M, Gantcheva R, Pendlebury S & Smith C 2010

Poster-map [pdf 713 kb, print size A1] accompanying South African Child Gauge 2009/2010.

Government funding for early childhood development: Can those who need it get it? Giese S, Budlender D, Berry L, Motlala S & Zide H 2011 Research report commissioned by Ilifa Labantwana, Cape Town.

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.

Social assistance needs of children with chronic health conditions: A comparative study of international and South African eligibility assessment instrumentsBerry L & de V Smit A 2011Social Work in Public Health, 26:7, 635-650.

At what cost? Exploring the unintended consequences of MDG 2 in SADC. How do we make schools ready for young children?Rudolph N & Berry L 2012 Presented at the trans-disciplinary conference on early childhood development and education, What is the Relationship between the Millennium Development Goals and Early Childhood Development and Education?, Cape Town  17 – 18 July 2012.

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.

Breaking the cycle of poverty: What kind of change is needed for schools to make a difference?Rudolph N, Berry L & Lake L 2012 Paper presented at the Strategies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality: Towards Carnegie III conference, University of Cape Town, 3 – 7 September 2012.

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

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.

Rapid Assessment: The situation of children in South AfricaBerry L & Guthrie T November 2003

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.

Submission on the Committee of Inquiry’s Report: Comprehensive Social Security for Children

Guthrie T, Jacobs M, Shung-King M, Giese S, Proudlock P & Berry L 2002

Comment made to the Department of Social Development on the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into a Comprehensive Social Security System for South Africa, June 2002

Making Children Count: Using child-centred data to monitor the realisation of children’s socio-economic rights in South AfricaBerry L & Marera D June 2007Presented at the International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI) Inaugural Conference, Chicago, United States of America, 25 – 29 June 2007.

Which resort? An empirical study of residential care in contemporary South AfricaMeintjes H, Moses S, Berry L & Mampane R 2007Presented by Sue Moses at the National Association for Child Care Workers’ sixteenth biennial conference Responding Professionally to Practice Complexities in Child and Youth Care Settings, Durban, 3 – 5 July 2007.

Readers' feedback

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.

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