ANALYSIS | A chronic failure of the state to protect children with disabilities

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Children with disabilities are not always protected by the state in the manner they should be, according to the writer (iStock)
Children with disabilities are not always protected by the state in the manner they should be, according to the writer (iStock)

There have been several cases involving vulnerable children, where the state has failed, argues Nicole Breen. 

On the 4 August, the Centre for Child Law (CCL) appeared in court on behalf of R, a 12-year-old girl from the Free State.

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