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Relocation decisions: do culture, language and religion matter in the rainbow nation?
(Centre for Family Law and Practice, London Metropolitan University, 2010)
This article turns to culture, language and religion as constitutional constructs in South Africa, in an attempt to clarify their importance generally. The position prior to the Children’s Act is discussed. The article ...
Like running on a treadmill? The 14th and 15th sessions of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child
(Juta Law, 2010)
The 14th and 15th sessions of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child were held in November 2009 and March 2010 respectively. The Committee has considered more reports and issued its first ...
Cluster foster care: a panacea for the care of children in the era of HIV/Aids or an MCQ?
(Stellenbosch University (SUNJournals), 2010)
The ravages wrought by HIV/AIDS on child-care arrangements in the African context are well documented (Richter & Sherr, 2009; Sloth-Nielsen & Mezmur, 2008; Tsegaye, 2007; sources cited there). Notably, these constitute ...
Inter-country adoption from a Southern and Eastern African perspective
(Washington & Lee Law School, Virginia, 2010)
This paper reviews recent developments pertinent to inter-country adoption in Southern and Eastern Africa. In particular, it focuses on the tripartite roles of governments, the judiciary and the international community, ...