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UNICEF South Africa Strategic Moment of Reflection

The UNICEF South Africa Country Office (SACO) organised a Strategic Moment of Reflection (SMR) on Equity and Child Rights on 11 and 12 October 2010 in Pretoria. The SMR provided an opportunity for UNICEF South Africa to make use of the best advice from government, academia, civil society and other development partners to strengthen, within the framework of the cooperation between the United Nations System and the Government of South Africa, its strategic position as an essential partner for the realization of child rights in the country. The SMR firstly focused on understanding manifestations and determinants of inequities. Secondly, it concentrated on an in-depth analysis of the systemic bottlenecks in the delivery of quality services for children. Finally, participants were requested to make recommendations for UNICEF SACO‟s medium term strategic priorities.

Reports from the meeting:

Discussion Paper on Equity and Child Rights in South Africa
2010 - This report presents a summary of analysis and issues discussed by national stakeholders on equity and child rights in South Africa in 2010.

Inequities in the Fulfillment of Children’s Rights in South Africa: A Statistical Review
2010 - This statistical review presents a summary of inequities in the fulfilment of children’s rights. It draws on data produced by Statistics South Africa, government departments and research organisations such as the Children’s Institute and the HSRC.

Report on the National Stakeholders Meeting on Equity and Child Rights
2010 - A summary of analysis and issues discussed by national stakeholders on Equity and Child Rights on 11-12 October 2010 in Pretoria.

Proceedings of Strategic Moment of Reflection on Equity and Child Rights
2010 - This report provides the proceedings of discussions on Day One of the Strategic Moment of Reflection on Equity and Child Rights in South Africa. The agenda and a list of participants are available as annexes.

 

 

 

 

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