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Research outputs: INFORMAL CARE
2020 Understanding and evaluating older persons services: the case of the Gauteng Province, South Africa
This study evaluates an older persons services in Gauteng Province, South Africa. The evaluation design was informed by a formative approach...
2020 'I'm black, a woman, disabled and lesbian': LGBT ageing and care services at the intersections in South Africa
Experiences of ageing and care are closely tied to structural location in terms of race, class, gender and sexuality among others. In South ...
2014 The right to care
Justice is a well-established principle by which societies and the actions of individuals are measured. But what about care? Stephan Meyer, ...Download this report
Care in context is a thought-provoking book that looks at gender inequalities in the context of care. Drawing in part from unique transnatio...