Commonwealth Youth and Development

Commonwealth Youth and Development is a multidisciplinary biannual publication that seeks to promote understanding of, and impetus for, the empowerment of the youth which will enable them to play a crucial and constructive role in the development of their communities. It recognises the importance of the youth and youth workers in developing countries and seeks to promote the professionalisation of youth work.

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Vol 14, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

PRACTICE AND MORE PRACTICE: ITS CENTRALITY TO YOUNG PEOPLE COPING WITH THE COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES OF THE WORKPLACE PDF
Shairn Hollis-Turner 1-11
CREATING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY STRUCTURES FOR REINTEGRATED LIBERIAN CHILD SOLDIERS: PART I PDF
Rialize Ferreira, Alfred Stuart Mutiti 12-37
TREATING NON-ABUSED SIBLINGS AFFECTED BY INTRAFAMILIAL TRAUMA PDF
Eric J. Green, Amie C. Myrick, Patricia Boylen 38-56
THE SINS OF THE FATHER: GENDER- BASED VIOLENCE IN POST-APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA PDF
Lyn Snodgrass 57-70
ADOLESCENT GIRLS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT HIV AND AIDS RELATED RISKY BEHAVIOURS: ARE WE CLOSER TO COMBATING THE PANDEMIC AMONG SOUTH AFRICA’S YOUTHS? PDF
Lawrence Meda, Alfred H. Makura 71-80
CIVIL SOCIETY, RELIGION AND APPLIED THEATRE IN A KAIROTIC MOMENT - PRELIMINARY REFLECTIONS ON A PROJECT ON POLITICAL VIOLENCE & TORTURE IN ZIMBABWE: 2001 – 2002 PDF
Owen Seda, Nehemiah Chivandikwa 81-91
PAN-AFRICANISM AND EDUCATION : AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF AFRICAN CENTERED SCHOOLS IN CAMEROON AND SOUTH AFRICA PDF
Tiffany Caesar 92-108
UN-BLURRING THE MYTHS AND REALITIES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN SOUTH AFRICA PDF
T N Sithole, Kgothatso B Shai 109-120
THE INCLUSION OF UBUNTU IN POST-APARTHEID SCHOOLING – MANDELA’S TAKE PDF
Nomalanga P Grootboom 121-134
PROMOTING POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT: A SCHOOL GARDEN NARRATIVE PDF
Andile Mji 135-150
A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE POST-COLD WAR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA’S FOREIGN POLICY TOWARDS KENYA: AN AFROCENTRIC PERSPECTIVE PDF
K B Shai, T Nyawasha 151-169
SOUTH AFRICA IN THE CINEMATIC IMAGINARY: THE STORY OF A WHITE YOUTH IN SKIN PDF
Khatija Bibi Khan 170-178