Events - Foundation Office South Africa
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Ending hunger and securing our future
Business Day Dialogues
Advocate Paul Hoffman on 'Countering corruption effectively'
Cape Town Press Club
The Cape Town Press Club in collaboration with KAS_SA presents — Paul Hoffman on "Countering corruption effectively"
Authoritarian States as Donors in Africa
Russia's Strategic Engagement in Africa
Violent political language - an attack on the nation?
Realising the Constitution in the face of deligitimising rhetoric
Violent language rhetoric in South Africa
Grassroots Governance and Accountability:
How do we restore trust and make it happen?
'How do we build honest, ethical, and effective grassroots level leadership in SA?'
Human rights in the response to Covid-19?
Are we getting it right?
"What happens when rights appear to be pitted against each other, such as the right to be vaccinated and to be protected from risks of infection from people who refuse to be vaccinated?" Join the Daily Maverick, supported by KAS South Africa as we discuss: humanrights in the response to Covidー19. The online discussion will take place on the 24th of August at 6 pm. Join Mark Heywood, Prof Salim Abdool Karim and Justice Edwin Cameron.
Can a country dogged by political crisis and poverty build a common vision and social cohesion?
How do we go about building a cohesive, strong and equitable society?
Join Business Day, KAS, and EFSA in discussing the ethical leadership that is required to restore hope for a shared future in South Africa, where no one gets left behind.
The Protection of Women Minority Groups during the Pandemic
The SAIFAC Online Forum
In honour of Women’s Day, the South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Human Rights, Public and International Law (SAIFAC), a centre of the University of Johannesburg and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung cordially invite you to an online panel discussion on “The Protection of Women Minority Groups during the Pandemic.”
KAS/SAIIA Annual Careers Event
Careers in Transition: a post-pandemic green economy and implications for the world of work
Can we build a better democracy?
By June 2022, Parliament must amend SA’s electoral law to allow independent candidates to contest national and provincial elections, as ordered by the Constitutional Court.