Poverty of South Africa's children investigated

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2014-06-27

The South African Human Rights Commission (HRC) yesterday released its report on poverty traps and social exclusion among children in South Africa.  The report was written by members of ReSEP, the research group for Social and Economic Policy within the Department of Economics. The report examines the extent of poverty, inequality, and exclusion among South African children, the characteristics of the most vulnerable groups of children, and the efficacy of existing policies designed to reach those children.

The full report can be downloaded here.

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