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Research outputs: SOCIAL SERVICES
2015 The mandatory reporting of consensual, underage sex: knowledge, practices and perspectives of social workers in KwaZulu-Natal
Until recently, any sex or sexual activity with a person under the age of 16 was criminalised, regardless of consent. All such incidents wer...
Comprehensive social security could play a critical role in helping to protect and respect people's dignity. Gemma Wright and Andrea Royeppe...Download this report
2013 The South African disability grant: influence on HIV treatment outcomes and household well-being in KwaZulu-Natal
This paper explores the implications of the disability grant for household members' well-being and adults' success on ART (antiretroviral th...
Do social policies aimed at reducing poverty positively benefit the health of women and children? This is the central question a multi-count...Download this report