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Child Law in South Africa: Domestic and International Perspectives

Child Law in South Africa is a comprehensive and in- depth analysis of all aspects of child law.

Publication Language: English
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409044805

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Child Law in South Africa is a comprehensive and in- depth analysis of all aspects of child law.

This publication covers every possible aspect of South African child law whilst setting this law within its international and human rights context with masterly comparative analysis.

The undoubted merit of Child Law in South Africa is that despite the complexity of the subject, it is very easy to read and is a must for everyone interested in family law or child law in South Africa.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1: - Introduction to child law

Chapter 2: - Status of children

Chapter 3: - Children in their social context

Chapter 4: - The Children's Act 2005

Chapter 5: - International law

Chapter 6: - Children's rights

Chapter 7: - Children's autonomy

Chapter 8: - Parental responsibilities and rights

Chapter 9: - Who has parental responsibilities and rights?

Chapter 10: - Surrogacy

Chapter 11: - Adoption

Chapter 12: - Resolving disputes about children

Chapter 13: - Partial care of children

Chapter 14: - Drop-in centres

Chapter 15: - Early childhood development

Chapter 16: - Child-headed households

Chapter 17: - Child protection registers

Chapter 18: - Prevention and early intervention services

Chapter 19: - Children in need of care and protection

Chapter 20: - Alternative care

Chapter 21: - Foster care

Chapter 22: - Child and youth care centres

Chapter 23: - Intercountry adoption

Chapter 24: - International child abduction

Chapter 25: - Trafficking