Mathews S, Abrahams N, Martin LJ, Lombard C, Jewkes R (2019) Homicide pattern among adolescents: A national epidemiological study of child homicide in South Africa. PLoS ONE 14(8): e0221415. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0221415
Jamieson L, Shin R., Mjilana Z, Dywili A & Collins T (2019) The International and Canadian Child Rights Partnership (ICCRP). Child and Youth Care Work, 37(1): 32-35.
Collins T M,Jamieson LS, Wright L H V, Rizzini I, Mayhew A, Tisdall E K M &Ruiz-Casares M (2020) Involving child and youth advisors in academic research about child participation: The child and youth advisory committees of the international and Canadian child rights partnership. Children and Youth Services Review, 109, 104569.
Lake L, Kroon M, Sanders D, Goga A, Witten C, Swart R, Saloojee H, Scott C, Manyuha M & Doherty T (2019) Child health, infant formula funding and South African health professionals: Eliminating conflict of interest. South African Medical Journal, 109, (12): 902-906.
Röhrs S, Delany A & Mathews S (2019) Lessons learnt from the implementation of the child protection component of the Global Fund’s Young Women and Girls Programme in ten districts in South Africa. Cape Town: Children's Institute University of Cape Town. [Learning brief]
Hall K, Sambu W, Almeleh C, Mabaso K, Giese S & Proudlock P (2019) South African Early Childhood Review 2019. Cape Town: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town and Ilifa Labantwana.
Hall K & Posel D (2019) Fragmenting the family? The complexity of household migration strategies in post-apartheid South Africa. .IZA Journal of Development and Migration, 10(2): https://doi.org/10.2478/izajodm-2019-0004.
Berry L, Biersteker L & Marco-Felton J (2019) A needs assessment of the educational and socio-emotional needs of young children in three provinces in South Africa.. Cape Town: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town and Sesame Workshop.
Rohrs S, Delany A, Mathews S & Berry L (2019) Programme evaluation of the child protection component of the Global Fund’s Young Women and Girls Programme in ten districts in South Africa. .Cape Town: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.
Mathews S & van Niekerk A (2019) Why South Africa’s children are vulnerable to violence and injuries. The Conversation,15 January 2019.
Lamb G, Ward C, Mathews S, Lester S (2019) Boys to violent men: What we know, and what we can do. Daily Maverick, 15 September 2019.
Doherty T, Lake L, Kroon M, Witten C, Rhoda R & Sanders D (2019) Conflict of interest and the infant formula industry – a call to action. The BMJ Opinion, 3 October 2019.