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Domesticating international standards of education for children with intellectual disabilities: a case study of Kenya and South Africa
(Pretoria University Law Press, 2011)
International law approaches the right to education for children with disabilities in a rather generic way. This means that the rights of children with intellectual disabilities have to be gleaned from the general ...
Court support workers speak out: Upholding children's rights in the criminal justice system
(Institute for Security Studies (ISS), 2014)
The prevalence of sexual offences against children in South Africa continues to be among the highest in the world. The quality and accuracy of a child's testimony is often pivotal to whether cases are prosecuted, and whether ...
Deprivation of children's liberty 'as last resort' and 'for the shortest period of time': how far have we come? And can we do better?
(Juta Law, 2013)
Commencing with a brief historical overview of detention of children in South Africa, and legislative attempts to curb its use, this article reviews all forms of deprivation of liberty under the Child Justice Act 75 of ...