Protecting Our Cultural Capital: (Occasional Papers)

The political tradition of 1994 foregrounded the debate about who we are and what memories or artefacts actually constitute our heritage as South Africans. This paper discusses the key outcomes from this debate, as well as the limitations in the structures that prevent other benefits from being realised.

HIV/AIDS, Stigma and Children: A Literature Review

A crucial contribution to the literature on HIV/AIDS and society, this resource looks at the stigma and discrimination that can affect already physically and psychologically ailing children, their families, and their communities. Providing an overview of the available writings and resources, this study looks specifically at what can be done with regard to the stigma, hoping to develop more effective ways to assist them in dealing wit...