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Research outputs: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
2019 Interactions between the family and the state in children's health, education and social development
This chapter considers how families and the state interact in facilitating human development across childhood, with a particular focus on he...
Innovation has become an important factor in the competitiveness of firms and to countries. There is evidence for innovative firms having en...Download this report
Taking cognizance of the importance of young people for the advancement of society the South African government has, over the last 17 years,...Download this report