Children and media
South African mobile generation: Study on South African young people on mobiles
This paper is part of a series that examines the role of mobile technology in the lives of adolescents and young people living in developing countries.
From ‘What’s your ASLR’ to ‘Do You Wanna Go Private?’
2011 - This paper is part of a series examining the role of social networks in the lives of youth living in developing nations. This report focuses on South Africa and presents the results of a quantitative survey conducted on MXit.
Media Wise: Children make a difference
2003 - The report focuses exclusively on the methodology used for children's participatory workshops. The information may be useful to promote children's participation in research, policies and interventions
Children: Dying to make the news
2003 - An analysis of children's coverage in the South African news media.
All sides of the story - Reporting on children: a journalist’s handbook
2003 - This handbook, written by a journalist presents the complex questions around reporting on children raised and debated at a seminar on Reporting Child Abuse in the Media.
Children's rights and the media
2001 - A resource for journalists: The aim of this booklet produced by Soul City with support from UNICEF is to provide media professionals with a practical resource for reporting on children and children’s rights.