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Launch of South Africa-Africa-UK Trilateral SARChI Chair: Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments

Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments, is a Stellenbosch University new tier 1 SA-Africa-UK Trilateral SARChI Chair, in collaboration with University of Nairobi in Kenya, and Brunel University London in UK, supported by the Department of Science and Technology through National Research Foundation, and the Newton Fund through the British Council.

Transforming social narratives into learning transitions

In South and Southern African, more than half of the young people are ensnared in a complex and intractable unemployment crisis that is being driven, in part, by a transition toward a highly industrialised food system. Join us to learn more from Dr Luke Metelerkamp.

WORKSHOP: Becoming Anticipatory – Exploring systemic change practices and anticipation for a complex world

Join us for a one day workshop on using complexity thinking. futures methods and practices to create systemic change.

Navigating conservation’s cultural divides on iconic wildlife in a fast-changing, uncertain world

The world today is facing grave challenges, with new technologies and geopolitical and cultural shifts, as well as growing populism in the west and social media. Nowhere are these challenges more apparent than in the conservation of iconic wildlife such as elephants and rhino.

Women’s Day Celebration: Against all odds

Prof Pregala Solosh Pillay, Vice-Dean: Social Impact and Transformation, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, cordially invites you to the Faculty’s Women’s Day Celebration with the theme: Against all odds. Speakers: Mrs Vuyiseka Dubula-Majola, Aids activist and Director: Africa Centre for HIV/Aids Management; Prof Josephine Musango, SA-AFRICA-UK Trilateral SARChI Chair in Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban

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