Publications

  • save_our_education_

    save_our_education_

    New analysis in this global report shows how COVID-19 may impact the funding of education, as well as the countries most at risk of falling behind. It also highlights the change we want to see for children and our recommendations for governments and the international community so we can keep learning alive, support every child to return to school and build back for better learning.

    Mon 13 Jul 2020 2,9MB
  • SCSA-Submission-for-the-DVA-Amendment-Bill_24-April

    SCSA-Submission-for-the-DVA-Amendment-Bill_24-April

    Save the Children South Africa's comments on the Domestic Violence Amendment Bill. This is summited in response to the Domestic Violence Amendment Draft Bill, 2020, which is published by the Department of Justice and Correctional Services to amend the Domestic Violence Act, 1998.

    Wed 17 Jun 2020 273,7KB
  • Stop-the-War-on-Children-2020-Report

    Stop-the-War-on-Children-2020-Report

    This is the third report in Save the Children's 'Stop the War on Children' series. It reveals shocking trends in the threats to the safety and wellbeing of children living in areas impacted by conflict. In 2018, verified grave violations against children reached a record high.

    Mon 17 Feb 2020 8,1MB
  • The-National-Child-Participation-Framework-(Child-Friendly-Version))

    The-National-Child-Participation-Framework-(Child-Friendly-Version))

    Children have a right to actively participate in decisions, processes, programmes and policies that affects their lives. Being able to participate further helps children to also realise other rights such as access to health care. This participation of children depends on the state and all organisations working with children and families to protect, respect and promote the rights of all children. This obligation is also stated in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

    Wed 10 Jul 2019 5,5MB
  • The-National-Child-Participation-Framework

    The-National-Child-Participation-Framework

    Children have a right to actively participate in decisions, processes, programmes and policies that affects their lives. Being able to participate further helps children to also realise other rights such as access to health care. This participation of children depends on the state and all organisations working with children and families to protect, respect and promote the rights of all children. This obligation is also stated in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

    Wed 10 Jul 2019 5,7MB