|The Children`s Charter|
|The effects of the current unrest on township children||
Article about how township children were jailed, shot and killed, some served long prison sentences, others lost valuable years of schooling, many were forced into the lowest paid unskilled jobs while others joined the ranks of the increasing numbers of unemployed youth in our country.
|The expresion "Bloody Boer" cannot be without significance||
Statement by the Honourable Prime Minister, Comrade R.G. Mugabe, at the opening session of the International Conferenceon children,repression and the law in apartheid South Africa. Harare, 24th september 1987.
|The Home Instruction Programme for Pre-school Youngsters (HIPPY)|
|The other child|
|The working mother||
Article describing the difficulty of rearing balanced families with the working mother so much away from home
|Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.30 1968|
|Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.4 1952|
|Third Biennial Conference National Association of Childcare Workers in 1981||
Aryan Benevolent Home (ABH) is committed to protecting and nurturing children by providing a loving, caring home for children who have been neglected, ..
|Three children sitting outdoors, in front of corrugated-iron sheeting, playing with a toy||
Caption for photograph: Dancing Doll
Description: Early twentieth-century. One of the children is playing with a 'dancing doll' (or 'jig doll'), a loose-limbed puppet attached to string and tied to the toes of the child.
Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2)
|Three Indian Children.||
Three Indian children at Kitty's studio, PMB.
|Through the eyes of chiildren|
|Toy library in Tongaat|
|Traditional girls and young children||
Label on photograph: Natal ± 1918
Caption for photograph: Care Free yet
|Various photographed slides of different parts of the World||
Children in a rural village in India
|Village people stamping rice||
People in a village in India processing the rice from the field.
|Voice of the Youth - Soweto 76|
Market relocated to Warwick Avenue in 1934. 84. 40. ... Beerhalls were soon built in other towns of Natal
|We are ourselves!|
|Who cannot take sides?||
Statement by Mrs Lisbet Palme at the International Conference on children, repression and law in apartheid South Africa, Harare, 24th september, 1987.