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Research outputs: GENDER

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2012 Gender differences in public perceptions on National Health Insurance

Implementation of National Health Insurance (NHI) commenced recently. With the promise of addressing drastic inequalities in the health sect...

2012 A vote of confidence: gender differences in attitudes to electoral participation and experience in South Africa

Despite a sizeable body of literature on the extent and nature of gender differences in electoral participation in developed countries there...

2011 Regional baseline survey to establish children's KAPB in relation to sexuality and gender, access to sexuality and HIV information and sexual and reproductive health services in Zambia and South Africa

The overall aim of the project is to establish a baseline of knowledge, attitudes, perceptions and behaviours (KABP) of children between 5 a...

2011 Programmes and strategies targeting gender and poverty reduction in South Africa: a case study of three service departments

This article emanates from a broader research project that sought to explore 'new models' and innovative ways of thinking and dealing with p...