The National School Safety Framework: A Framework For Preventing Violence In South African Schools
Gillian Makota & Lezanne Leoschut. Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention. African Safety Promotion, Vol. 14, No. 2, December 2016.
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Where Policy And Practice Collide: Comparing United States, South African And European Union Approaches To Protecting Children Online
M. Bulger, P. Burton, B. O’Neill & E. Staksrud. (2017) Where Policy And Practice Collide: Comparing United States, South African And European Union Approaches To Protecting Children Online. New Media & Society (1-15).
The Frequency And Predictors Of Poly-Victimisation Of South African Children And The Role Of Schools In Its Prevention
Lezanne Leoschut & Zuhayr Kafaar (2017): The frequency and predictors of poly-victimisation of South African children and the role of schools in its prevention, Psychology, Health & Medicine.
- Research Bulletin 6: Optimus Study on Child Abuse, Violence and Neglect (2015). [3MB - save to computer]
- Research Bulletin 5: Snapshot Results of the 2012 National School Violence Study
- Research Bulletin 4: Building Resilience to Crime and Violence in Young South Africa
- Research Bulletin 3: Snapshot Results of the CJCP 2008 National Youth Lifestyle Study
- Research Bulletin 2: Snapshot of the CJCP National School Violence Study
- Research Bulletin 1: Snapshot Results of the 2005 National Youth Victimisation Study (NYVS)
Research Issue Papers
- Digital Parenting and Online Safety in South Africa report and information brochure
- South African Kids Online Pamphlet
South African Kids Online Full Report
South African Kids Online Technical Report
- Cyberbullying in South Africa: Impact and responses
- Gender Dynamics and Girls' Perceptions of Crime and Violence
- Legal Responses to Cyber Bulling and Sexting in South Africa
- Enforcement or Development? Positioning government 's National Crime Prevention Strategy
- Inescapable Violence: Cyber Bullying and Electronic Violence against Young People in South Africa
- School violence: What makes learners vulnerable?
- Building School Safety: The Hlayiseka Project - A Whole School Approach
- Dealing with School Violence in South Africa
- Exposure to Family Violence & Impact on Victimization
- Post Conflict Crime Prevention & Justice Reform
- ICTs Tools for Crime Prevention
- The Optimus Study On Child Abuse, Violence And Neglect Final Report (May 2016): Sexual Victimisation Of Children In South Africa Final Report Of The Optimus Foundation Study: South Africa
- 10 Year Anniversary Publication: CJCP celebrated its 10th anniversary in September 2015. This publication provides a summary of the work CJCP undertook in that period. (1.9MB)
- Connected Dot Com: Young people's navigation of online risks - Social Meda, ICT & online safety - A CJCP/UNICEF study exploring young people's perceptions and experiences of online safety, the associated risks and their preferred strategies for negotiating these risks (2012)
- School Violence in South Africa - Findings of the 2012 National Schools Violence Study in South Africa, looking at violence relating to the school environment and the relationship between school, home and community (n=4000).
- Return to a Reluctant Sender - An exploration into community attitudes towards youth diversion and reintegration in South Africa (2012)
- Carry it Forward - Mozambique - Results of a 2011 OSISA-funded, three country study looking at how violence impacts young people's attachment to, and attendance at, school.
- Protecting the Flame - Namibia - Results of a 2011 OSISA-funded, three country study looking at how violence impacts young people's attachment to, and attendance at, school.
- Walking the Tightrope: Youth Resilience to Crime in South Africa - Results of a 2009 study conduced in four provinces, intended to identify the most significant risk and protective factors relating to young people within South Africa.
- Running Nowhere Fast: Result of the 2008 National School Lifestyle study - Results of the national school lifestyle study, incorporating the second national victimization study (n>4000)
- Merchants and Skollies and Stones - Detailed findings of the 2008 National Schools Violence Study in South Africa (n=12,000)
- Someone Stole my Smile - an exploration into the causes of Youth Violence in South Africa - An edited collection of pieces on various aspects of youth violence in South Africa, looking at both cause and manifestation (2007).
- Parallel Policies - Policies relevant to child safety - A critique of the overlapping and at times contradictory national policies and approach to child safety in South Africa.
- How Rich the Rewards - result of the 2005 National Youth Victimisation Study (NYVS) - The detailed findings of the first National Youth Victimisation Study in South Africa (n=4,200).
- Submission By CJCP On The Proposed Indicators On Violence Against Children To Be Included In The Sustainable Development Goals
- Submission made to the Film and Publication Board in response to the call for public comments on the Draft Online Regulation Policy developed under Section 4A of the Film and Publications Act 61, of 1996, as amended, published in the Government Gazette, Notice 182 of 2015, 4 March 2015
- Submission jointly prepared by the CJCP, Prof. Sonia Livingstone - Coordinator of EU Kids Online, Data & Society Research Institute, Child Rights International Network and the International Child Redress Project
- Submission to the Online Child Protection Best Practice Forum, Internet Governance Forum 2014
- APC submission to the UN CRC Day of General Discussion, endorsed by the Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention (CJCP)
- A written submission on behalf of the Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention (CJCP) in South Africa, ahead of the Day of General Discussion on Digital Media and Children’s Rights,12 September 2014
- Joint submission with the CJCP and the Community Law Centre of UWC on the Sexual Offences Amendment Bill