Seminar

World Value Survey - Briefing

“Tracking the Pulse of the People” - Value Change in South Africa post Apartheid

As part of the latest round of the World Value Survey, Prof. Hennie Kotze will analyse people's perceptions of democracy and delivery issues, as well as the changing values of South Africans in areas such as family, religion, work and gender.

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The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with local partners is organising a series of World Value Survey Workshops for different target groups, like business, civil society, politicians and media with the aim to provide them with relevant extracts of survey findings and trends.

The latest round of the World Value Survey, which has been tracking the values of South Africans since 1981, has just been completed. The findings provide crucial insights into people’s perception of democracy and delivery issues as well as the changing values over the past three decades in areas such as family, religion, work and gender will be presented by Prof. Hennie Kotze, lead researcher of the World Values Survey in South Africa.

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Venue

Tsogo Sun Marine Parade, Durban

Speakers

  • Prof. Hennie Kotze
    • University of Stellenbosch
      Contact

      Christina Teichmann

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      Project Manager (KAS-Office Cape Town) / Strong Cities 2030 Coordinator

      Christina.Teichmann@kas.de +27 21 422 3844 +27 21 422 1733

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