RESEARCH BY EE, INDEPENDENTLY PUBLISHED RESEARCH ON EDUCATION, AND RESEARCH INTO EE AND/OR EE LAW CENTRE
EE Gauteng sanitation audit report 2018
EE report on school infrastructure implementing agents
Dikolo tša go hloka seriti (Schools Without Dignity): an Equal Education report on the provision of water and sanitation in Limpopo schools.
Full Planning to Fail Report on EE’s Eastern Cape school visits.
Planning to Fail: Summary of Findings from EE’s Eastern Cape School Visits, November 2016
Pamphlet guide to the WCED Education Amendment Bill
A Note to the Finance Minister: 15 Ways to Fund Schools
Megumi Tsutsui ‘Lessons for improving impact of public interest litigation: A study of the Equal Education and Equal Education Law Centre Partnership’ (Harvard University, Independent Clinical Paper: January 2013).
Stephanie Bell ‘Unequal Education? Knowledge-based limitations on substantive citizenship in South Africa’ (University of Oxford, MPhil: 2012)
Harini Angara ‘The 500 Windows Campaign: A Case Study of a Youth Movement for Educational Resources in South Africa’ (InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 7(2): 2011)
Olivia Murphy ‘Realising the Right to Education in South Africa: The Role of Law’ (University of Sussex, MA: 2014)
A 2016 EE report on the Department of Basic Education’s plans to stream learners into either technical, vocational or general schools
EE Gauteng schools sanitation social audit report 2015
No Space For Us – Understanding overcrowding in Gauteng schools (2021)
Tshedimošo mo dikolong tša go hloka seriti (A review of Schools without Dignity) – Limpopo school visits (2022)
iSafety Ngoku – Seeking sanctuary in Western Cape schools (2023)
Schooling under unusual conditions: Research into how school infrastructure shapes teaching and learning in South Africa (2023)
RESEARCH WHICH FEATURES EQUAL EDUCATION AND/OR THE EQUAL EDUCATION LAW CENTRE
Steven Budlender, Gilbert Marcus SC & Nick Ferreira ‘Public interest litigation and social change in South Africa: Strategies, tactics and lessons’ (Atlantic Philanthropies: 2014)
Fighting for Equality in Education: Student Activism in Post-apartheid South Africa’ (Columbia University Case Consortium, 2014)
Azwihangwisi Mufamadi ‘The media, Equal Education and school learners: an investigation of the possibility of ‘political listening’ in the South African education crisis’ (Rhodes University, MA: 2014)
Debbie Budlender ‘Making All Voices Count – SA Country Analysis’ (IBP & MAVC: 2013)
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