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2005

  • From fieldwork to facts to firearms control. Research and advocacy towards firearm control legislation in South Africa: A case study. Shung-King M, Proudlock P & Michelson L August 2005. A Children's Institute Case Study, Number 1, December 2005.
  • Accommodating the Poor? A review of the Housing Subsidy Scheme and its implications for children. Hall K 2005. In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeted poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. [CD-ROM].
  • Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to realise children’s rights. Leatt A, Rosa S & Hall K 2005. In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. [CD-ROM & hard copy].
  • Antiretroviral roll-out in South Africa: Where do children feature? Shung-King M & Zampoli M 2005. Save the Children Sweden & Children's Institute.
  • Healing Inequality: Targeting health care for children. Shung-King M, McIntyre D & Jacobs M 2005. In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. [CD-ROM].
  • Oversight and legislative tools for Parliament to facilitate and monitor the realisation of children's rights. Proudlock P, 2005. Developed for training of SADC Members of Parliament, September 2005.
  • Research priorities in the area of the interface between children’s well-being and unemployment in South Africa: Seminar report. Hosted by the Children’s Institute, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) and Save the Children Sweden, Cape Town, 14 October 2005.
  • Addressing child rights and child labour – A poverty strategy for South Africa? Nicolaou K & Durieux M. Labour and UIF Directorate: National TreasuryPresented at seminar Research priorities in the area of the interface between children’s well-being and unemployment in South Africa, hosted by the Children’s Institute, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) and Save the Children Sweden, Cape Town, 14 October 2005.
  • Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children’s rights real. Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) 2005. A series of discussion papers on selected poverty alleviation programmes that impact on children’s lives [CD-ROM].
  • Unemployment and children’s well-being: A statistical exploration. Budlender D. Centre for Actuarial Research: University of Cape Town Presented at seminar Research priorities in the area of the interface between children’s well-being and unemployment in South Africa, hosted by the Children’s Institute, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA) and Save the Children Sweden, Cape Town, 14 October 2005.
  • What are the champions in your school community doing. Monson J 2005. In: The Educator's Voice, May/June 2005.
  • Heroes of our time: Health workers helping children. Children's Institute 2005. A booklet aimed at health workers who want to help children in the times of HIV and AIDS.
  • Child protection and social security in the face of poverty and the AIDS pandemic: Issues pertaining to the Children’s Bill [B70-2003]: A fact sheet. Meintjes H & Van Nie kerk J February 2005. Exciting new partnership to support vulnerable children Monson J 2005 In: The Educator's Voice, March/April 2005.
  • Service providers working together to help children in the time of HIV and AIDS. Children's Institute 2005. A booklet aimed at teachers, health workers, home-based carers, community workers, volunteers and social workers.
  • South African Child Gauge 2005. Jacobs M, Shung-King M & Smith C (eds) 2005. Children's Institute, University of Cape Town .
  • Fact sheet: Tips for meeting with a Member of Parliament. Jamieson L, March 2005.
  • Reporting on children in the context of HIV/AIDS: A journalist’s resource. Children’s Institute, Centre for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town; the Media Monitoring Project & the HIV/AIDS and the Media Project, School of Journalism, University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, 2005.
  • Free to Learn: A discussion paper on the School Fee Exemption policy. Veriava F 2005. In: Leatt A & Rosa S (eds) Towards a Means to Live: Targeting poverty alleviation to make children's rights real. [CD-ROM].
  • 'But where are our moral heroes?' An analysis of South African press reporting on children affected by HIV/AIDS. Meintjes H & Bray R 2005. In: African Journal of AIDS Research 4(3), 147-159.
  • Children 'in need of care' or in need of cash? Social security in the time of AIDS. Meintjes H, Budlender D, Giese S & Johnson L. In: South African Review of Sociology, 36(2), 2005.
  • Children’s Bill Progress Update: Report on the amendments made by the Portfolio Committee on Social Development. Jamieson L & Proudlock P 2005. 27 June 2005.
  • Legal opinion on s4(2) of the Children’s Bill. Dutschke M & Proudlock P 2005. Written for the Portfolio Committee on Social Development, May 2005.
  • Children’s Bill Update 23 April 2005. Proudlock P 2005.
  • Update on Children’s Bill 4 February 2005. Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2005.
  • Update on Children’s Bill 27 January 2005. Proudlock P & Jamieson L 2005.
  • At all costs? Applying the means test for the Child Support Grant. Budlender B, Rosa H & Hall K 2005.
  • Children's Institute and Centre for Actuarial Research, University of Cape Town, September 2005.
  • Another paper list or a means of protection? Proudlock P 2005. In: Children FIRST, Issue Number 59, January/February 2005.
  • Children’s Bill Update. Proudlock P 2005. In: Child and Youth Care, 23(4), April 2005.
  • No second-best law for children. Proudlock P 2005. First ALERT in Children FIRST, Issue Number 61, May/June 2005.
  • Vote is a milestone for defence of rights. Jamieson L 2005. In: Children FIRST, Issue Number 62, July/August 2005.
  • Orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in South Africa: A fact sheet. Proudlock P 2005. In: Children FIRST, Issue Number 59, January/February 2005.
  • “The community doesn’t listen, children keep coming alone [to the clinic] and being sent away…” A qualitative account of the health sector response to the needs of children in six AIDS-affected communities in South Africa. Giese S, Meintjes H, Croke R & Chamberlain R 2005. Poster displayed at the AIDS Impact Conference, Cape Town, 4 – 7 April 2005.
  • Submission on the Regulations to the Social Assistance Act No 13 of 2004. Rosa S & Dlwengu A 2005. Presented to the Western Cape and National Department of Social Development, March 2005.
  • A focus on children: Enabling child-friendly policies. Lagerdien K 2005. Written submission on the draft Integrated Development Plan of the City of Cape Town (2005/2006) on behalf of the Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.
  • Social security implementation – granting assistance to the poor. Leatt A 2005. Presented in consultation with Rosa S at a NALEDI conference, Johannesburg, 28 – 29 September 2004.
  • Defining basic health care services for children. Shung-King M  at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.
  • Using international law to realise children’s socio-economic rights in South Africa. Rosa S 2005. Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.
  • Interpreting Section 28: Building the future by exploring the past. Proudlock P 2005. Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.
  • Actualising the right to participate. Mniki N 2005. Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.
  • Securing the means to live. Leatt A 2005. Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005
  • Reviewing child deaths in South Africa. Lagerdien K 2005. Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.
  • "My neighbour tries to help, but she too is in need." Reflecting on realities as we work towards a world fit for children. Giese S 2005. Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.
  • Children’s right to social services. Dutschke M 2005. Presented at the Fourth World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Cape Town, March 2005.
  • Policies to live by: Targeted poverty alleviation for children in South Africa. Leatt A 2005. Paper presented at Children and poverty: Global trends, local solutions conference, jointly hosted by UNICEF and Graduate Programme in International Affairs, New School University, New York, 25 – 27 April 2005.
  • Programme planning for children in the context of HIV/AIDS. Giese S 2005. Presented at the World Education/Africa HIV/AIDS conference, Cape Town, April 2005.
  • Children ‘in need of care’ or in need of cash? Questioning social security provisions for children in the context of the South African AIDS epidemic. Meintjes H 2005. Presented at the second South African AIDS conference, Durban, 7 – 10 June 2005.
  • Trapped between a rock and a hard place – A focus on child survival in the face of contemplating on the well-being of children. Shung-King M on behalf of Lagerdien K 2005. Presented at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.
  • From fieldwork to facts to firearms control. Shung-King M 2005. Presented at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.
  • Dikwankwetla children in action: A case study of child advocates in South Africa. Mniki N & Rosa S 2005. Presented by Mniki N at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.
  • Just another brick in the wall? Towards a housing policy that accommodates children. Hall K 2005. Presented at the Childhoods 2005 conference in Oslo, Norway, June 2005.
  • Spinning the epidemic: The making of mythologies of orphanhood in the context of AIDS. Meintjes H 2005. Presented at the international conference on Children and Youth in Emerging and Transforming Societies, University of Oslo, Norway, 29 June – 3 July 2005.