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Mandatory reporting of child abuse in South Africa: Legislation explored

M L Hendricks MA (Clinical Psychology), MPhil (Applied Ethics), LLB, is the principal clinical psychologist at Stikland Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa, and a senior lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, Tygerberg, Cape Town ABSTRACT Legislation concerning mandatory reporting of child abuse [Read More]


#MiniMeToo

2018: The year that set new standards for the way we look at child abuse

As 16 Days of Activism ends, Women & Men Against Child Abuse reflects upon 2018… …as another year of 365 days of activism that has given us not just the same disparaging number of new cases, but also some very positive rulings and events that have shown that South Africa [Read More]


Quarterly Report

Quarterly Report: Apr to Jun 2018

Dear Friends, What a year it has been so far! We have been very active on the campaign trail, and launched a new “movement” called #MiniMeToo, based on the #MeToo principle, but for children. We plan to launch a multi-sectoral platform, through a website that is currently under construction, for [Read More]