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Children’s right to education: a case of school fee policies in South Africa.
After 1994, the apartheid education system transformed into democratic system aimed at achieving equity, redress and access to education for all. However, after 20 years of democracy and the introduction of policies and ...
The rights of gay/lesbian children in South African public schools: an overview of the relevant legal and institutional framework.
South Africa has a history of discrimination against gay and lesbian (GL) learners in public schools, despite the fact that it was the first country to adopt a constitution protecting all people from discrimination in terms ...
Towards children's rights in the home : a philosophical consideration of the parent child relationship in the era of human rights and the concept of an 'enlightened parent'.
Research on children's rights very often deals with the legal aspects of their rights, based on perceived protection and provisioning needs, and focussed on deficiencies in children's lives. There is obviously a place for ...
Child participation in family group conferences in care and protection cases: a comparative analysis of South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 awarded children the right to be heard and to express their views in all matters that affect them. This includes the right of the child to participate in ...
Child and youth care workers’ support of grandparents raising orphaned grandchildren.
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Problems facing children in Lesotho prisons : with special reference to the juvenile training centre.
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Are children and juveniles in South Africa awaiting trial under conditions of human dignity and safe custody?
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Provision of psychosocial care and protection services by home and community based care and support organisations.
Providing adequate care and support for OVC continues to be a significant challenge in South Africa. For the province of KwaZulu-Natal, the situation is even worse, with this province remaining the highest in HIV prevalence ...
An investigation of the knowledge and attitudes of kinship care amongst social workers employed by the Department of Social Development in KwaZulu-Natal: implications for child protection policy and practice.
Although kinship care is historically a valuable source of care and support within the social structure of families in Africa, however it is not a legally recognised form of alternative care option in South Africa. The ...