Seminar

Racial Redress & Citizenship in South Africa

The meanings of 'race' and its implications for political and social citizenship are of crucial importance to South Africa today. This volume opens up important avenues of enquiry and focuses attention of key aspects of the topic."

Details

Professor Adam Habib will provide an overview of the book, and speak to the introductory section:

"Racial Redress and Citizenship in South Africa: Debating the Concepts and Analysing the Statistics"

Whereafter presentations will be made by

Dr Mcebisi Ndletyana, HSRC: Affirmative action in the public service: unresolved tension between nativity and non-racialism within African nationalism

Dr Linda Chisholm, HSRC: The meaning of racial redress in South African schools, 1994-2006

Ashwin Desai, Rhodes University: Sport for all? Exploring the boundaries of sport and citizenship in ‘liberated’ South Africa

Dr Ivor Chipkin, HSRC: Racial Redress in the Department of Public Service and Administration

Chair

Dr Kwandiwe Kondlo, Executive Director of the Democracy & Governance research programme at the HSRC

Discussant

Professor Sipho Seepe, President of the South African Institute of Race Relations

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Venue

Constitution Hill Conference Centre, Braamfontein, Johannesburg

Speakers

  • Prof. Adam Habib
    • Dr Mcebisi Ndletyana
      • Dr Linda Chisholm
        • Aswin Desai
          • Dr Ivor Chipkin
            • Dr Kwandiwe Kondlo
              • Prof. Sipho Seepe