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Research outputs: CHILD SUPPORT GRANT
2020 The relationship between social welfare policy and multi dimensional well-being: an analysis using the South Africa child support grant
Socio-historical context and ideology are often overlooked in analyses of how social welfare policy is used to promote well-being. This pape...
Child support is a child's right, and the premise of the maintenance regime in this regard is to protect the child. The current South Africa...