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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 2018:

  • 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

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Senior Attorney

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Anjuli Maistry

Junior Attorney

 

Litha Stwayi

Administrator

 
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Pontso Phahlane


Research, Monitoring and Evaluation

 

 

Zita Hansungule

 

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Isabel Magaya

 
Candidate Attorneys

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Stanley Malematja

 

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David Mtshali

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Alexandra Klonarides 

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Latest News

10 December 2018

CENTRE FOR CHILD LAW 20 YEAR CELEBRATION

On 5 to 7 December 2018, the Centre for Child Law celebrated 20 Years of litigation, research & advocacy in order to advance child law and children's rights in South Africa.

The Centre held a conference that was attended by partners and friends nationally, regionally & internationally. The conference was a success and pictures will be placed on the website in due course.

The Centre also produced a publication to commemorate this milestone. The publication is titled "20 Years of Imagining Children Constitutionally: Strategic Litigation and Advocacy for Children's Rights in South Africa". The publication provides descriptions and insights into the Centre's cases, at all levels of the superior courts. It also provides a description of the Centre's advocacy, research & academic work.

To access the publication please see the link below:

CCL 20 Year Publication -

Part 1

Part 2

 

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