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Soft, Hard or Smart? North Korea’s Relation with Power

Soft, Hard or Smart? North Korea’s Relation with Power

Speaker: Dr. Virginie Grzelczyk (International Relations at Aston University, UK)  Date:                         16 May 2017 Time:                         12:00 – 14:00 Venues:                    Video Conference Venues in Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town North Korea is notable for its political and economic isolation, yet the Korea Central News Agency’s daily editions are filled with articles outlining...

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Culturally Congruent Sexuality Education for Namibia

Sexuality education (SE) at schools has been designed to equip young people with information on values and norms that will enable them to resist becoming sexually active before they are physically and emotionally ready, and to teach them relationship communication and decision-making skills so they can become responsible, sexually healthy adults, Writes Olga Bialostocka....

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Policy Considerations for Migration to Renewable Energy As Informed by the Socio-Economic Realities of Communities in Africa

Observations from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Kenya and Mozambique reflect that the pace of migration to renewable energy differs among these countries. More so the daunting challenge of access to electricity remains a reality for Africa particularly in the rural areas. Determining how strong policies may enhance migration to renewable energy dictates...

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Call for Abstracts: 7th African Unity for Renaissance International Conference and Africa Day Expo

Call for Abstracts: 7th African Unity for Renaissance International Conference and Africa Day Expo

The 7th African Unity for Renaissance International Conference will take place on the 21st to the 24th of May 2017 while Africa Day Expo will be on the 25th of May 2017.   The conference seeks to bring together established researchers and scholars in the fields of sustainable development, economics, green economy & renewable energy, environment...

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Africa Institute of South Africa moves to new home at the HSRC

Africa Institute of South Africa moves to new home at the HSRC

MEDIA STATEMENT 3 June 2014 - The Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA) has now been physically incorporated into the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) as well, as AISA staff moved to their new offices on Monday 2 June 2014, at the HSRC building in Pretoria. AISA will now function as a strategic research...

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