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Research outputs: JOHANNESBURG
2021 Anti-immigrant violence as social group control vigilantism?: understanding attitudes, behaviours and solutions
In the early September 2019 the street of Johannesburg convulsed with violence. Using anti-immigrant rhetoric, citizens in the country's wea...
The 2019 General Elections marked a watershed in South Africas political landscape. The ANC under the banner of a narrative of regeneration ...Download this report
2019 "That's schoolified": curriculum, pedagogy and assessment shaping English poetry for black learners in Johannesburg
"poetry holds rich educational potential to connect with learners" everyday lives in meaningful ways and to engage them by transcending pure...Download this report
2018 Caregiver perceptions of the value of play for early childhood development: lessons from a needs assessment conducted in three low-income areas in Johannesburg
This brief includes policy recommendations aimed at informing the inclusion of play as a substantive component of the curriculum at both ECD...Download this report