Events - Foundation Office South Africa
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Renewable Energy Policy Dialogue
The Mandela Institute (MI) will host a meeting with relevant stakeholders to disseminate findings of the respective research project and to prepare recommendations for a report to UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COPs).
Marine Phosphate Mining in South Africa
Environmental Rights Seminar Series
The seminar, jointly hosted by CER and KAS, provides an introduction to the legal and governance challenges of seabed mining in South Africa as well as its potential environmental impact on marine life and biodiversity.
Afrobarometer Public Briefing
Elections, opposition political parties and trust in institutions
The UJ Centre for the Study of Democracy and the UJ Library in partnership with the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung invite you to attend The fourth release of Afrobarometer’s latest survey data.
Study and Information Program
Training Programme on Civilian Peacebuilding Capacity
This 5-day course aims at the formation of civilian peacekeepers in non-violent approaches. Participants will be enabled to contribute to conflict transformation and peace-building and to better understand the civilian component of Peacebuilding.
Mine Closure & Rehabilitation: From Dereliction to Accountability?
Since 2015, the CER, has been hosting a series of seminars where local experts can share their knowledge. This seminar is focused on the enormous challenge of mine closure and rehabilitation of environmental impacts after mining has ended.
Discourse Café with Lovelyn Nwadeyi
The Discourse Café series, jointly hosted by the FVZS Institute and KAS provides students with the opportunity to meet renowned speakers from politics, business, academia and civil society and critically reflect on current issues.
Opening of Art Exhibition "Zakhor!"
The SA Jewish Museum, the Moses Mendelsohn Zentrum and KAS invite the public to a group exhibition by some of Lithuania’s top contemporary artists reflecting upon the Jewish history of the city Vilne, once called “The Jerusalem of the North”.
The Constitution and Good Public Leadership
Free and Fair Elections in South Africa. Where do we stand after 22 years?
This seminar series, jointly hosted by the CFCR, SPL and KAS aims to enhance constitutional democracy and foster the good governance dialogue through relevant conversations linked to learning governance.
“CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF OUR CONSTITUTION –HALALA!!”
How do we as citizens reclaim our rights and responsibilities to make our constitution a living document?
DDP explores in one of its upcoming public forums the question: How do we as citizens reclaim our rights and responsibilities to make our constitution a living document?
The Constitution at Work
The Role of Universities in Building Inclusive Societies
CFCR in cooperation with the Faculty of Law at Rhodes University and KAS invites students, academics and the general public to a seminar that focusses on the role of South African universities in building inclusive societies.