Events - Foundation Office South Africa
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Mail & Guardian: Critical Thinking Forum
Democracy's anchor or apathetic consumers-South Africa's new middle class
The forum deals with the question what political role does the new middle class play in South Africa. Is it actively supporting democracy or passively watching how political developments unfold?
KAS/SAIIA Careers Evening
This annual function, jointly hosted by the South African Institute of International Affairs and KAS provides students with the unique opportunity to get a better understanding of possible career options in the field of International Relations.
2010 Sustainability Awards
The 2010 SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS, hosted by Impumelelo Innovations Awards Trust, is an incentive for government, business, and NGO's to think creatively and innovatively about how to become more sustainable in all aspects of our lives.
Good Governance in Land Tenure
The conference deals with legal questions and challenges related to land redistribution in South Africa. African and internation perspectives will be presented and discussed in order to identify lessons that can be applied to a South African context.
Equality in the Workplace
Reflections from South Africa and Elsewhere
The Book provides an opportunity for all relevant stakeholders, including government, labour, business, academics and practitioners to familiarize themselves with developments in the field of employment equity during the past decade.
50 years of Human Rights Activism and the Legacy of Sharpeville
21 March 2010 marks 50 years since the Sharpeville massacre, commemorated annually as Human Rights Day in SA. The roundtable discussion and public debate aims to reflect on the legacy of Sharpeville and its impact on human rights practice.
Sharing Insights on Greening the 2010 FIFA World Cup with Brazil
The Host City Cape Town has accumulated a vast pool of experience and expertise regarding the "Greening" of the FIFA World Cup. The workshop aims to identify lessons that can be shared with Brazil, host of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
"Looking back-Looking forward"
20th anniversary of FW de Klerk's speech to Parliament
The conference commemorates the historic speech by FW De Klerk that opened the way to South Africa's transformation. Speakers from politics, business and academia share their views on what has been achieved and what challenges still exist.
Reconciling Africa’s Fragmented Institutions of Governance
A New Approch to Institution Building
Many African countries suffer from fragmented institutions of governance. As a result, modern institutions have been rather ineffective at promoting synergy in state-society relations. The research project aims to analyze the reasons.
Service Delivery Protests-Who is to Blame?
Critical Thinking Forum
This forum, hosted by the Mail & Guardian in partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, provides a platform to analyse and discuss the reasons behind the latest service delivery protests.