Prevention of fatal child abuse


Hands-on Learning Issue 14 – Building communities free of violence

Violence against children has long-term effects that impact not just the development of our children, but the development of our nation. A costing study commissioned by Save the Children South Africa estimated that early exposure to violence during childhood resulted in the loss of R238-billion in human capital – the equivalent to 6% of the […]

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Posted on 10 Jul 2019

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Hands-on Learning Issue 14

Through our Hands-on Learning publication, we hope to play a helpful role in synthesising information from innovators and implementers in civil society, supporting them to share what they have learned so that others are able to draw from and build on their experiences. In this issue: Dynamic networks are amplifier strategies that enable social innovators […]

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Posted on 24 Jun 2019

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Fatal child abuse in South Africa – what can we gain by establishing Child Death Review Teams?

In Cape Town, we pride ourselves on knowing the number of people who use the Aerial Cableway annually, to reach the top of Table Mountain – recently named among the New7Wonders of Nature. With the City having recently taken the top spot on the New York Times’ list of 52 places to visit in 2014, […]

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Posted on 31 Mar 2014

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