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Research outputs: YOUNG PEOPLE
Ninety percentage of the worlds youth live in Africa, Latin America and the developing countries of Asia. Despite this, the field of Youth S...
2019 Social network interviewing: a southern methodological innovation that aims at maximising emancipation: understanding adolescence in African contexts
Social network interviewing (SNI) is an exploratory research and intervention tool from South Africa aimed at creating a template for young ...Download this report
Despite the inequality of opportunities in South Africa, some young people do overcome the odds and transition out of income poverty. ...