Events

| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

Official opening of our new conference facility: the Lindiwe Mabuza Space.

 


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| Socio Economic | Event

Mpumalanga Highveld: Community voices in South Africa’s just Transition debates


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| International Relations | Event

This event will reflect on South Africa’s foreign policy performance in the context of evolving regional and global landscapes.


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| Socio Economic | Event

Annual Neil Aggett Labour Studies Lecture


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Wednesday, 28.09.2022 - Conference | CSIR ICC, Pretoria | Event

Register now for Wednesday's conference


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| International Relations | Event

Pan-Africanism has been a compelling vision for the continent for at least a hundred years.


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| Socio Economic | Event

A conversation on a better South Africa for all.


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

A homegrown measurement system for national media environments in Africa, compiled using insights and experiences of media workers and civil society.

 


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| Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event, News

‘Renewal’ is the word of the moment in South Africa today.


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| Socio Economic | Event

SPI Webinar Series 2022: Re-Imagining the Framework


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

What do the lives of young people tell us about the varied experiences of being young in South Africa today – 28 years into democracy?


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| Voices, Event, News

March 1, 2022 marked a very important day for the workers of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) and Community Work Programme (CWP) in the public sector when Maanda-Ashu Workers Union of South Africa (MAWUSA) was registered.


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| Socio Economic | Event

Views of universalism and deservingness from the South African unemployed


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| Socio Economic | Event

NALUS Labour Studies Seminar and Web Seminar


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| Socio Economic | Event

A comparative study of food courier riders in three African cities.


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