On Monday 11 February 2019, GovInn hosted a panel of South African based Nigerian academics, political practitioners and students to discuss the upcoming Nigerian elections. The panel was moderated by Dr Chris Nshimbi, and included members of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), academics from the University of Pretoria and the University of South Africa, and […]
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IGU CAS hereby invites paper and session proposals for its second annual conference themed Africa in the global imaginary: Towards internationally competitive science and research, which will be held at the University of Zululand, South Africa, from 17 to 19 June 2019.
The Department of Library Services, University of Pretoria, on Wednesday 24 October 2018, joined its counterparts across the world to celebrate the Open Access Week 2018
Prof Stephanie Burton cordially invites you to the launch of the ARUA Centre of Excellence in Food Security to be held at the University of Pretoria. The event will include a high level panel discussion with leading international experts, focussing on the future of food security in Africa.
GovInn’s researcher Koen Dekeyser presented ‘Household survey on food systems change in Kenya and Mozambique’ at the International Data Week conference in Gaborone, 05-08 November 2018.
The University of Pretoria and CIRAD, thanks to their long term collaboration with CEEPA and GovInn, are partners of the Yebo! project on internationalization of doctoral studies in South Africa.
GovInn Senior Researcher Magalie Bourblanc published the article ‘Development brokers and gatekeepers: two critical figures of public policies tackling rural poverty in South Africa’ in Cahiers Agriculture.
The Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation (GovInn) and IFAS are delighted to invite you to a seminar on ‘One basin, One governance?. “Grey governance”, structural inequalities and institutionalisation of cooperation in transboundary rivers in Southern Africa’.
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Magalie Bourblanc published the article ‘Expert assessment as a framing exercise: The controversy over green macroalgal blooms’ proliferation in France‘ in Science and Public Policy. This article contributes to unraveling the ‘paradox of scientific authority’, that is, the fact that despite the loss of authority of scientific expertise, policymakers still resort to expert […]