Structural change, economic transformation and the moral economy: children in South Africa
"As to the lessons to be learned: South Africa has more resources, more analysts, more professionals, more community and social sector-based people's organisations and NGOs than all the SADC states put together. Indeed, the most similar southern case is the Philippines. If there are lessons of success from the Filipinos' experience, why be pessimistic about South Africa and the future South Africans can build for their children? Remember that affirmative action is basically about including and...[Show more]
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