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Category: In the Media
‘Development brokers and gatekeepers: two critical figures of public policies tackling rural poverty in South Africa’, by Magalie Bourblanc in Cahiers Agricultures.
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’.
‘Expert assessment as a framing exercise: The controversy over green macroalgal blooms’ proliferation in France’, by Magalie Bourblanc in Science and Public Policy.
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...
During the international seminar « Public policies and rural development in LAC : balance and perspectives » held in CIAT, Cali , Colombia on 5-7 September 2018, GovInn Senior Researcher Sara Mercandalli coordinated a panel on « rural...
At GovInn we’re seeking collaborators across the University to join us in undertaking research on emancipatory governance in every possible sphere (food security, justice, climate change, SDG’s, curriculum transformation, etc.) that will influence and shape policy and governance.
Cori Wielenga speaks about epistemic injustice in migration education at the UNESCO International Conference on Migration.
At the UNESCO International Conference on Migration held in Johannesburg on 7 September, GovInn Senior Researcher Cori Wielenga took the opportunity to present about the cross-site teaching experiment on migration she has been involved...
‘Women in the Context of Justice: Continuities and Discontinuities in Southern Africa’, a CSA&G Edited Collection
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Cori Wielenga recently edited and contributed to the handbook, ‘Women in the Context of Justice: Continuities and Discontinuities in Southern Africa’. The handbook is aimed at civil society organisations on the roles and positions of women in ‘justice on the ground’ in Southern Africa. In this volume, they attempt to critically engage with the idea that community justice and leadership institutions are necessarily ‘patriarchal’ and explore what this means, and what the lived realities of people on the ground are.
This is a call for the second conference on Scenario Planning and Foresight: Advancing Theory and Improving Practice. Building on the success of the first conference on Scenario Planning (2015), we are extending the scope of the conference to include contributions from the wider field of Foresight. This will be a two-day event with keynote addresses from distinguished academics and experienced practitioners, and discussions on the latest developments in academic research and practical applications relating to scenario analysis.
GovInn’s Senior Researcher Nelson Alusala has been appointed by the United Nations (UN) Secretary General to serve as one of the six experts mandated to monitor the UN sanctions regime in the Democratic Republic of Congo.