Entries by GovInn

“Creating knowledge democracy in South Africa: The role of communities of practice”, Camilla Adelle

GovInn research fellow, Dr Camilla Adelle, has published a commentary in the South African Journal of Science on “Creating knowledge democracy in South Africa: The role of communities of practice”.   In our pursuit of a more equitable, just and sustainable society, we must examine not only who makes decisions, but also on whose evidence […]

Re-Inventing Africa’s Development – Linking Africa to the Korean Development Model: 21 August

The Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation invites you to a conversation with the Ambassador of South Korea to South Africa Dr Jong-Dae Park, on his book Re-Inventing Africa’s Development – Linking Africa to the Korean Development Model. The book analyses the development problems of sub-Sahara Africa (SSA) from the eyes of a Korean […]

Call for Papers: EU-Africa migration conundrum in a changing global order

CALL FOR PAPERS:   International Scientific Conference and Workshop EU-Africa migration conundrum in a changing global order   21-22 November 2019 University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu campus, Finland   The conference brings into conversation leading academics, policy-makers, political observers and practitioners from civil society to explore and examine the current EU-Africa relationships vis-à-vis migration. The […]

“More work lies ahead to make Africa’s new free trade area succeed” by Dr Frank Mattheis in The Conversation

In their article for The Conversation, GovInn researcher Frank Mattheis and Ueli Staeger from the Graduate Institute argue that more work lies ahead to make Africa’s new free trade area work. Although the AfCFTA has gained more momentum than previous initiatives to liberalise trade in Africa, there is a rocky road ahead: the remaining diplomatic, technical and […]

CE + EE 2019 Training, 20-24 May 2019

From 20 to 24 May 2019, the Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA) hosted a five day workshop on “Theory and econometrics of individual and collective choice analysis: choice and controlled experiments”. The course was designed and presented by CEEPA staff, including GovInn Research Fellow, Dr Damien Jourdain.