Interactions between the family and the state in children's health, education and social development
: South African Child Gauge 2018: children, families and the state: collaboration and contestation OUTPUT TYPE
: Chapter in Monograph PUBLICATION YEAR
: L.Richter, A.Dawes, A.Juan
, L.Lake, B.Nkala-Dlamini, V.Reddy
, N.Spaull, L.TheronSOURCE EDITOR(S)
: K.Hall, L.Richter, Z.Mokomane, L.LakeKEYWORDS
, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTDEPARTMENT
: Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery (DGSD)
, Inclusive Economic Development (IED)
: HSRC Library: shelf number 10735
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This chapter considers how families and the state interact in facilitating human development across childhood, with a particular focus on health, education and social development. Being healthy and educated, having the personal and social skills for mutually caring relationships, and playing a satisfying and useful role in society are all essential aspects of human development. Poverty, low education, ill-health, limited access to services and a lack of civil and political freedoms undermine human freedom, dignity and development.