Research outputs

Access is provided to research outputs generated by HSRC researchers since 2000. All research outputs are provided free of charge to the public, with the exception of confidential reports. Where possible the full-text is provided for immediate download. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of an output which is not immediately available for download, please contact the Digital Curation Team at researchoutputs@hsrc.ac.za.

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2020 United Kingdom Research and Innovation awards grant for a national DATAFREE survey on persons with disabilities in South Africa to understand the effects of COVID-19

In the wake of National Disability Rights Awareness Month in South Africa, we are pleased to announce that an international consortium of re...

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2019 Domestication of the United Nations Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities

The purpose of this submission is to provide an overview of important concerns relating to persons with disabilities (PWD) that the Human Sc...

2018 Dissing (dis)ability: human rights for people with disability in the context of employment

This policy brief focuses on the introduction and maintenance of human rights for people with disability (PWD) in the context of employment,...

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2018 Mapping participation of disabled youth in sport and other free-time activities to facilitate their livelihoods development

The benefits of engaging in sport and other free-time activities empower youth to learn social and life skills. There is little research evi...