Events - Foundation Office South Africa
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Handball Tournament "We Score Green"
Play Handball Super Cup
PLAY HANDBALL ZA kindly invites you to be part of the 1st climate-neutral handball tournament in South Africa – the PLAY HANDBALL SUPER CUP. The idea of the tournament, funded by KAS, is to enhance environmental awareness among the youth.
SA Ubuntu Business Breakfast
with Guest Speaker Jay Naidoo
The breakfast and lunch briefings bring together business people from various sectors in order to discuss pertinent issues concerning the political as well as socio-economic status quo of South Africa’s young democracy.
Afrobarometer Public Briefing
How much progress has South Africa made since 1994? Release on the economy, political system, and discrimination
Third release of Afrobarometer’s latest 2015 survey data on the economy, the political system and discrimination. RSVP: send to Nonhla Gamede via email to email@example.com or fax to 031 306 2261 no later than the 11 April 2016
Unfinished Business: Critical Reflections on the TRC Twenty Years on
The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission started its work on 17 April 1996. The seminar will both celebrate and critique the work of the TRC.
Discourse Café with Eusebius McKaiser
Eusebius McKaiser, a renowned political analyst, shares his views on the political as well as socio-economic status quo of South Africa. The Discourse Café series provides students with the opportunity to critically reflect on current issues.
Participatory Inquiry into the NDP priorities and Youth Assets
The workshop, jointly hosted by KAS and Youthlab, aims to educate young South Africans about the National Development Plan and promote its implementation as their own vision for success.
Rethinking Youth Unemployment
Innovations between employment and entrepreneurship
KAS in partnership with Youthlab and NMMU hosts this conversation that focusses on strategies for young South Africans to become economically active.
Screening of documentary "Black Christmas"
a documentary by award-winning film maker Mark Kaplan
“Black Christmas” is a documentary that shows a perpetrator’s journey of transformation and his expression of remorse for the racially motivated 1996 Christmas Eve bombing in Worcester. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.
Policy Conversation: The Anatomy of Decolonisation
This conversation, jointly hosted by KAS and its partner Youthlab aims to provide a space for students to critically discuss the meaning of decolonisation and explore how this understanding translates into the student movement.
Symposium: New Frontiers in Global Environmental Constitutionalism
Implementing Human and Environmental Rights in Global Contexts
This symposium will examine whether and the extent to which constitutional and other rights-based approaches, including international and regional human rights, promote environmental protection.