Events

Friday, 03.05.19 - Hofmeyr House, Wits University East Campus, Braamfontein | Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

Grave matters: dispossession and the desecration of ancestral graves by mining corporations

The SWOP Breakfast Seminar is a platform for sharing new SWOP research with stakeholders inside and outside of the university. Please join us for the next SWOP Breakfast Seminar on Friday, 3 May 2019


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Tuesday, 19.03.19 - Garden Court Marine Parade Hotel, 167 O R Tambo Parade, Durban | International Relations | Event

The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung South Africa in partnership with the International and Public Affairs Cluster, School of Social Sciences, UKZN

"South African Political Parties Face the World in an Election Year: A Foreign Policy Panel Discussion"


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07.03.2019 | International Relations | Event

Essay Writing Competition

THE EVOLVING GLOBAL ORDER : WHAT’S AT STAKE FOR AFRICA?

Essay-Writing Competition and Conference Opportunity – Calling all International and Public Affairs Postgraduate Students


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Thursday, 14.03.19 - University of Johannesburg, Kingsway Campus, Library - Chinua Achebe Auditorium, 6th Floor, Auckland Park | International Relations | Event

South Africa on the UN Security Council

South Africa On The UN Security Council.


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Wednesday, 27.03.19 - City Press Auditorium, Media Park, 69 Kingsway, Auckland Park | Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

When democracy thrives: Muckrakers and why they matter

South Africa is heading towards national elections in 2019. The credibility of these elections will not only depend on the integrity of the Independent Electoral Commission but also on the media’s ability to provide quality and issues-driven...


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Friday, 15.03.19 - Wits, Hofmeyr House, next to Jubilee Hall, East Campus, Braamfontein (parking available at venue) | Promoting Democracy and Civil Participation | Event

Invitation - 15 March- SWOP Breakfast Seminar- Carmen Ludwig on "Easy to replace? Decent work deficits and organising experiences of petrol attendants in Tshwane"

Although the retail fuel sector in South Africa is fast growing and highly labour intensive, little is known about filling stations as work places and the daily work experiences of petrol attendants. Together with the National Union of Metalworkers...


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