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The Centre for Child Law is based in the Law Faculty at the University of Pretoria. The official launch of the Centre was held in October 1998. The Director of the Centre for Child Law at the University of Pretoria is Prof Ann Skelton.

The Centre contributes towards establishing and promoting the best interests of children in our community through education, research, advocacy and litigation.

 The Centre benefits from the funding and support of the following donors in 2017:

  • University of Pretoria
  • Claude Leon Foundation
  • Constitutionalism Fund
  • Elma Foundation         
  • Open Society Foundation South Africa
  • Sigrid Rausing Trust
  • RAITH Foundation

 

Director

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Prof Ann Skelton

 

Deputy Director

Karabo Ms Karabo Ozah

 

Attorney

Anjuli4 Ms Anjuli Maistry
 

Attorney

Litha2015 Ms Litha Stwayi
  
 
 

 
Administrator

 Pontso Ms Pontso Phahlane

 


Research, Monitoring & Evaluation

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Candidate Attorneys 

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Mr David Mtshali

 

   
Stanley2016

Mr Stanley Malematja

   

Sebastian

Mx Sebastian Mansfield-Barry
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Latest News

13 March 2017

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The Centre for Child Law supports investigations by Commission for Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Rights of Cultural‚ Religious and Linguistic Communities on deaths of child initiates. Read our press release here.

  

8 March 2017

Centre for Child Law attends Wits Law Careers Day

Thanks to Witsies who visited us at the Wits Law Careers Day yesterday. Stanley and David, our candidate attorneys, had many discussions with students aka human rights lawyers in the making.

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3 March 2017

Policy on undocumented children is outdated

Following the response to the letter sent by Eastleigh Primary School regarding foreign pupils, the Centre's Deputy Director, Karabo Ozah was interviewed on 702 to comment on the issue.

Listen to this morning's podcast here.

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