Safe Movement in the City: Street Children and Youth in Three African Cities

Lorraine van Blerk (Research group member), Wayne Shand (Research group member), Patrick Shanahan (Research group member), Janine Hunter (Research group member)

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Abstract

- Safe movement in the city is a constant challenge for street children and youth as they conduct their lives and earn their livelihoods in public spaces.
- Developing awareness of where and when they can move safely at different times of day and night, street children and youth adjust their movement and routines to protect themselves from violence, arrest and humiliation.
- Experiences of safe movement are complex, as the nature of locations and risk vary depending on the time of day, the presence or absence of the police and security forces and other external events.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBriefing Paper
Media of outputOnline
PublisherStreetInvest
Number of pages4
Place of Publicationhttp://www.streetinvest.org/guots
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2016

Publication series

NameGrowing up on the streets: Briefing Papers
PublisherStreetInvest
No.7

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