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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SOCIETAL VALUES
2015 The Constitutional Justice Project: assessment of the impact of decisions of the constitutional court and supreme court of appeal on the transformation of society
This report deals with the empirical data gathered during the fieldwork phase of the CJP. The fieldwork consists of interviews with a range ...
2015 Adventism, society & sustainable development: tackling tough societal issues in today's Adventist generation
The provocative and ground-breaking peer reviewed chapters of this book respond to adventism, society and sustainable development thematic t...
2014 The right to care
Justice is a well-established principle by which societies and the actions of individuals are measured. But what about care? Stephan Meyer, ...