PODCAST: Child Trafficking in South Africa: Exploring the Myths and Realities
The University of Pretoria’s Centre for Child Law (CCL) in collaboration with the University of the Witwatersrand’s African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS) released a research report titled Child trafficking in South Africa: Exploring the Myths and Realities. The report forms part of the CCL’s efforts to show the realities and complexities shaping the lives of vulnerable children in South Africa, and to recommend ways of reducing the vulnerabilities they face.
The study was conducted by Rebecca Walker and Stanford Mahati, both from the ACMS, along with CCL researcher Isabel Magaya.
In this podcast Walker discusses the research report on the SAfm show, Sound Awake.
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