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Children's Institute Hosts Media Workshop on Ethically Reporting on Violence Against Children

Wed, 29 May 2019 - 10:40 -- 01462689

WOODSTOCK, CAPE TOWN, 22 May 2019— The Children's Institute and Media Monitoring Africa hosted 21 journalists at a media training workshop on Ethically Reporting on Violence Against Children in Cape Town 22 May 2019. The workshop was intended as a hands-on, practical training to empower reporters who cover stories and cases involving children with knowledge and skills in children's rights, ethics and the law surrounding children. 

The Economic Burden of Violence Against Children in South Africa (2017)

Year Published: 2017

Authors: Xiangming Fang, Xiaodong Zheng, Deborah A Fry, Gary Ganz, Tabitha Casey, Celia Hsiao and Catherine L Ward

Publisher: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

Suggested Citation: Fang X,  Zheng X, Fry DA, Ganz G, Casey T, Hsiao C & Ward CL (2017) The Economic Burden of Violence against Children in South Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(11), 1431.

Out of Harms Way? Tracking Child Abuse Cases Through the Child Protection System at Five Selected Sites in South Africa (2017)

Year Published: 2017

Authors: Lucy Jamieson, Winnie Sambu, Shanaaz Mathews

Publisher: Children's Institute

Suggested Citation: Jamieson L, Sambu W & Mathews S (2017) Out of harm's way? Tracking child abuse cases through the child protection system in five selected sites in South Africa. Cape Town: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town.

Towards a More Comprehensive Understanding of the Direct and Indirect Determinants of Violence Against Women and Children in South Africa With a View to Enhancing Violence Prevention (2016)

Year Published: 2016

Authors: Shanaaz Mathews, Rajen Govender, Guy Lamb, Floretta Boonzaier, Andrew Dawes, Catherine Ward, Sinegugu Duma, Lauren Baerecke, Giselle Warton, Lillian Artz, Talia Meer, Lucy Jamieson, Rebecca Smith and Stefanie Röhrs

Publisher: Safety and Violence Initiative (SAVI)