GovInn’s Senior Researchers John Kotsopoulus and Camilla Adele the ‘Letter From Europa’ at Carnegie Europe.
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Prince Mashele gave an interview for News24 on ‘Promises of radical economic transformation is a looting mechanism’.
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Prince Mashele published the article ‘ConCourt judges face much more than legal questions in Zuma case’ at News24.
This year’s edition of the GEM-STONES Summer School will see the GEM-STONES Doctoral fellows, along with selected external participants, gather at the Global Studies Institute of Université de Geneva for a week of lectures, PhD workshops and excursions.
GovInn was involved in a Conference – Debate organised by the European Parliament in Brussels on May 10th, 2017, on the strong linkages between agricultural development and job creation, notably for youth.
Bruno Losch, GovInn’s co-director, participated in the International Conference on The Future of the Rural World (Berlin, April 27-28) organized within the framework of the German G20 Presidency.
You are invited to join us on 11 May 2017 at 18:00 for the Cape Town launch of GovInn director Prof. Lorenzo Fioramonti’s latest book, “The world after GDP”. The launch will take place at 129 Rochester Road, Observatory.
“+789 Million and Counting: the sub-Saharan African Equation”: ILO Employment Research Brief by Dr Bruno Losch
ILO (the International Labour Office) just released an Employment Research Brief titled: “+789 Million and Counting: the sub-Saharan African Equation” prepared with Bruno Losch, GovInn’s co-director.
‘Rwanda & South Africa: a long road from truth to reconciliation’ by Cori Wielenga, The Conversation, 06.04.2017
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Cori Wielenga published the article ‘Rwanda & South Africa: a long road from truth to reconciliation’ in The Conversation.
‘Can the relationship between Europe and Africa stand the test of time?’, The Conversation, 29.03.2017
Govinn’s Senior Researcher John Kotsopoulos published the article ‘Can the relationship between Europe and Africa stand the test of time?’ in The Conversation.