Events

| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

Killing the Nation: a queer analysis on violence Web Seminar

This is not another GBV talk. We have been here before, and the results have been the same. This time we take a different turn.


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05.10.2021 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation, Youth leadership programme | Event

FHAS Alumni Network Project Development and Planning Workshop

A responsive and engaged network of scholars committed to furthering the objectives and interests of the FHAS Alumni Network and those of FES.


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Saturday, 02.10.2021 - Wednesday, 06.10.2021 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

Fort Hare Autumn School Module 2

What does Social Democracy have to offer today?


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| Socio Economic | Event, Publication

Water for the EMSEZ megaproject at all costs

A report into the absence of water governance in the Limpopo River Catchment.


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Wednesday, 13.10.2021 - Virtual | Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event, News

Resurgence of Social Democracy in Germany

What is to be expected from a possible new coalition government?


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| Socio Economic | Event, News

Worker‐Controlled Cooperatives and Community‐Controlled Renewable Energy

The seminar will attempt to answer the question of whether it is possible to change social relations of production within the current capitalist economy, and explores whether community owned renewable energy is a potential step in this direction.


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| Socio Economic | Event

The Sixth Decent Standard of Living Colloquium

A critical reflection on the Socially Perceived Necessities (SPN) in attaining a Decent Standard of Living (DSL)


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

UP FES Autumn School on Social Democracy and Civic Participation for Young Leaders

FES UP Winter School on Social Democracy and Civic Participation for Young Leaders


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| Socio Economic | Event

The EMSEZ, the Musina Dam and Water Governance of the Limpopo Web Seminar and Media launch

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung South Africa commissioned a study, building on an initial report published in May 2020 [link - “Water risks of fossil fuel mega projects in Limpopo: the MCWAP and the EMSEZ”]


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

WEB-SEMINAR-Protests 2021: What is this?

Since the arrest of Jacob Zuma, the former president of South Africa (on July 9, 2021), parts of the country have been engulfed in a series of destructive protests – mainly looting of businesses and shopping malls.


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| Fort Hare Autumn School, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation, Youth leadership programme | Event

Youth Participation in Politics and Governance

Join the Fort Hare Autumn School Alumni Network for their second youth month dialogue on 30 June 2021 for a dialogue on ‘Youth Participation in Politics and Governance.


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| Fort Hare Autumn School, Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation, Youth leadership programme | Event

Access to Quality Education

Join the Fort Hare Autumn School Alumni Network on 23 June 2021 for a dialogue on ’Access to Quality Education’.


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28.05.2021 | Fort Hare Autumn School, Youth leadership programme | Event

Call for applications. FHAS Alumni Network: Project Development and Planning workshops

"to be a responsive and engaged network of scholars committed to furthering the objectives and interests of the FHAS Alumni Network and interests of FES"


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18.05.2021 | Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event, News

'COVID-19 and intersecting challenges of land, economy and gender inequality in South Africa.'

In response to the relentless global health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, wealthy countries are rapidly rolling out and even 'stockpiling' vast quantities of vaccine doses.


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event, News

Fort Hare Friday Seminar Series (FHFSS) Web-Seminar- Three Years After Nasrec: What is to be done about land expropriation?

South African government's poor performance in addressing the historical injustices through land redistribution has

seriously depleted public confidence in the role of state in land reform.


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

South Africa's Africa Agenda prospects and challenges web-seminar

Concerned Africans Forum presents South Africa's Africa Agenda prospects and challenges web seminar


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