Child-friendly Justice in Unfriendly Environments? A call for practical solutions for vulnerable young people on the Day of the African Child, 2020

It’s 44 years since black South African students from Soweto protested the 1953 Bantu Education Act (also known as Education of black people), a predatory law that ‘legalised’ enforcement of racially separated education in South Africa. Commemorated every year since 1991, this day reminds Africa of the need to step up the protection of its children, an important day in the quest for a free and fair world for children.

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