Available 21 September 2016 @ 10 am
South African Kids Online is a pilot study conducted by the Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention which explored South African children’s online experiences.
This study formed part of an ongoing global initiative, Global Kids Online, facilitated by UNICEF and the London School of Economics and Political Science, which aims to promote research on children’s internet use in developing countries. This involved testing and refining a set of research tools that can be used in developing countries and piloting them in four countries: South Africa, Argentina, Serbia and the Philippines. The ultimate goal of this project is to support the development of an evidence base on how children use the internet and allow countries to develop appropriate policy and practice based on the research done in their country.
Download the research paper under Publications.