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Meer, T., Lunau, M., Oberth, G., Daskilewicz, K., Müller, A. 2017. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex human rights in Southern Africa: A contemporary literature review 2012-2016. Johannesburg: HIVOS.

Burton, P., Ward, C., Artz, L., & Leoschut, L. 2015. The Optimus Study on Child Abuse, Violence and Neglect in South Africa (p. 1-32). South Africa: CJCP and UCT.

Mathews, S., Govender, R., Lamb, G. Boonzaier, F. Dawes, A., Ward, C. Duma, S. Baraecke, L. Warton, G., Artz, L., Meer, T., Jameson, J., & Röhrs. S. 2015.  Towards a More Comprehensive Understanding of the Direct and Indirect Determinants of Violence Against Women and Children in South Africa with a View to Enhancing Violence Prevention. Cape Town: UNICEF

Artz, L., Aschman, G., Meer, T., Moult, K., Corral-Bulnes, C. 2014. Evaluation of the Victim Empowerment Programme of the Western Cape, (p. 1-185). Commissioned by the Department of Social Development, Western Cape.

Artz, L. 2014. Expert Affidavit for the Western Cape Commission of Inquiry into the Policing System in Khayelitsha (p. 1-54).  Evidence-based affidavit submitted to the Western Cape Commission of Inquiry on Policing in Khayelitsha on behalf of the Social Justice Coalition, Ndifuna Ukawzi, Equal Education, Triangle Project and the Treatment Action Campaign: represented by the Legal Resources Centre. PART 2. 
 
Artz, L., Holtzhausen, L., & Butterworth (2014). Expert Opinion on the South African Sexual Offences Register (the registration of children). Johannes v National Director of Public Prosecutions and the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, CCT 113/13. 

Combrinck, H., Meer, T. & Bosch, C. 2014. Resource Guide: Gender-based Violence Against Persons with Psychosocial Disabilities and Intellectual Disabilities. Cape Mental Health, Centre for Disability Law and Policy (UWC) & Gender Health and Justice Research Unit (UCT)

Artz, L., Aschman, G., Dereymaeker, G., Edwards, L., Long, D., Lorizzo, T., Muntingh, L. & Tait, S. 2013. Practical Monitoring Tools to Promote Freedom from Torture. South Africa/United Kingdom: Article 5 Initiative.

Artz, L., Stone, L., & Stern, O. (2013). South Sudan Safety and Access to Justice Project: Integrating Gender (p. 1-109).UK: DFID South Sudan.

Artz, L. and Moult, K., 2011. Hospice Palliative Care Association: Law Workshops Pilot Programme Evaluation. South Africa: Hospice Palliative Care Association.

Burton, P. and Artz, L., 2011. Violence against Women and Girls in Ethiopia: Results of Qualitative Scoping Study in Three Ethiopian States. UK: DFID Ethiopia.

Meer, T. and Artz, L., 2011. Engendering Policing: Training for the South Sudan Police Service. Juba, South Sudan: Security and Access to Justice Programme.

Artz, L. and Jefthas, D., 2011. Reluctance, Retaliation and Repudiation: The Attrition of Domestic Violence Cases in Eight Magisterial Districts. GHJRU, University of Cape Town: South Africa.

Röhrs, S., 2011. "I feel for rape survivors, but I don't have the time, I'm always running." Barriers to Accessing Post-Rape Health Care in South Africa. GHJRU, University of Cape Town: South Africa.

Artz, L., 2010. Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Amendment Act (32 of 2007): Reforms, Risks and Revelations. South Africa: Open Society Foundation.

Levy J., Smythe D. and Jefthas D., 2008. HIV/AIDS and the Law for Magistrates. South Africa: University of Cape Town.

Smythe, D., Jefthas, D., Hoffman-Wanderer, Y., Artz, L. and Chisala, S., 2007. HIV & Sexual Offences: Challenges Facing Magistrates. University of Cape Town: South Africa.

Artz, L., 2006. An Examination into the Attrition of Domestic Violence Cases: Preliminary Findings. Cape Town: MOSAIC.

Artz, L., Smythe, D. and Doolan K., 2006. Crime Prevention Indicators for Youth at Risk. Pretoria/Cape Town: Alliance for Crime Prevention.

Artz, L., Combrinck, H., Gallinetti J. and Smythe D., 2005. Commissioned report on compliance with the Domestic Violence Act at 29 Priority Police Stations in the Eastern Cape. SAPS/European Union.

Artz, L. and Themba Lesizwe, 2005. A Code of Ethics for Social Science Research with Victims of Violence and Other Vulnerable Groups.  South Africa: Themba Lesizwe/European Union.

Artz, L., 2003. Magistrates and the Domestic Violence Act: Issues of Interpretation. South Africa: Institute of Criminology, University of Cape Town.

Artz, L. with Moult, K., 2003. A Toolkit for Monitoring Legislation. South Africa: Institute of Criminology, University of Cape Town.

Combrinck, H. and Skepu, Z., 2003. Bail in Sexual Assault Cases: Victim's Experiences. South Africa: Gender Project, Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape.

Martin, L.J. and Jacobs, T., 2003. Screening for Domestic Violence: A Policy and Management Framework for the Health Sector. South Africa: Institute of Criminology, University of Cape Town.

Parenzee, P. and Smythe, D., 2003. Domestic Violence and Development: Looking at the Farming Context. South Africa: Institute of Criminology, University of Cape Town.

Barday, R. and Combrinck, H., 2002. Implementation of Bail Legislation in Sexual Assault Cases: First Report. South Africa: Gender Project, Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape.

Parenzee, P., Artz, L. and Moult, K., 2001. Monitoring the Implementation of the Domestic Violence Act: First Report. South Africa: Institute of Criminology, University of Cape Town.