The Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation (GovInn) of the University of Pretoria, in partnership with Wits School of Governance is delighted to invite you to a public lecture on Economic Transformation in South Africa To be delivered by Mmusi Maimane, leader of the Democratic Alliance.
“Alternative currencies are the future: why it matters for development”, by Lorenzo Fioramonti 2.07.2017
The Conversation has published another article by GovInn Director Lorenzo Fioramonti, who writes about the contribution that alternative currencies can make to global development.
The Land Matrix Initiative is looking for a Partnership Coordinator to be based at the University of Pretoria from September 2017.
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.
Call for Applications: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Political Economy at the University of Amsterdam
The Department of Political Science at the University of Amsterdam invites applications for a 18 month postdoctoral research fellowship. The position is part of the research project ‘The Political Economy of Macroeconomic Measurement’, led by prof. Daniel Mügge and funded by the European Research Council (ERC).
GovInn Deputy Director Chris Nshimbi accompanied the University of Pretoria Vice Chancellor, Prof Cheryl de la Ray, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research, Professor Burton and other colleagues to the Africa Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) Launch Conference at the University of Ghana in Accra, Ghana. The inaugural conference was a tremendous success from an academic and research collaboration perspective. Dr Nshimbi spoke at the conference on the current state of affairs and the way forward for the governance of migration in Africa’s regional economic communities.
Frank Mattheis is participating in the panel “Global International Relations – Yes, but how?” at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Baltimore, United States
Panel “Networked Governance? Inter-organizational relations as a source of change in the governance of international security”
Senior fellow Frank Mattheis is participating in the panel: “Networked Governance? Inter-organizational relations as a source of change in the governance of international security” at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, in Baltimore, United States
The Center for the Study of Governance Innovation (GovInn) and Department of Political Sciences invite you to our public lecture, “Donald Trump: Aggravator or Catalyzer of the EU crises?” with guest speaker Professor Wolfgang Seibel from the University of Konstanz (Germany).
Advocate Madonsela addressed the question of what good governance is, who governs and for whom. This event will be held annually, with good governance leaders and practitioners being identified and invited to speak on the importance of governance innovation.