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Women’s Report 2021

While the norms around masculinity have shaped men’s expectations around care, these same norms are not static and are subject to change. There is the personal choice to care for the family and be an active father, but also wider changes in society around the...

Pregnancy, maternity leave, and childcare are often watershed events in women’s lives, and juggling a career and motherhood is undeniable difficult, as the two identities each have their own, often conflicting, demands. Therefore some women opt to become stay-at-home mothers, however, the greatest obstacle faced...

Improving access to high-quality, age-appropriate early childhood care and education (ECCE) is a national imperative, recognised in numerous pieces of legislation and policy in South Africa. While the benefits to children of the proliferation of these services are clear, the associated opportunities for benefits to...

Improving access to high-quality, age-appropriate early childhood care and education (ECCE) is a national imperative, recognised in numerous pieces of legislation and policy in South Africa. While the benefits to children of the proliferation of these services are clear, the associated opportunities for benefits to...