The Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation (GovInn), Department of Political Sciences University of Pretoria, in conjunction with the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Pretoria invite you to a Webinar on “Reinvigorating Multilateralism Amidst and Post the Covid-19 Pandemic” on 18 August 2020 at 14:00.
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Dr Inocent Moyo, GovInn Director Dr Chris Nshimbi and Dr Jussie Laine have recently published an edited volume titled “Migration Conundrums, Regional Integration and Development: Africa-Europe Relations in a Changing Global Order”. The book has been published by Springer Nature. The book is the outcome of an African-Europe relations migration project funded by Erasmus+, in […]
On 6 July 2020, GovInn Director Dr Chris Nshimbi spoke to Shafiq Morton on Voice of the Cape Radio about his article published by The Conversation on “Why the African Union has failed to ‘silence the guns’. And some solutions”.
GovInn Director Dr Chris Nshimbi contributed a chapter to the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, titled “African Union and European Union Politics: The Veiled Account of Longstanding Interregional Relations”.
On 30 June 2020, GovInn Director Dr Chris Nshimbi published an article for The Conversation titled “Why the African Union has failed to ‘silence the guns’. And some solutions”. The article examines the 2013 African Union agreement to remove the burden of conflict from the next generation, and in 2016 this agreement was included in the Lusaka Road Map, with 2020 set as the deadline for ending conflict on the continent.
Dr Emmaculate Liaga and GovInn Deputy Director Dr Cori Wielenga co-authored a paper comparing peace processes in South Sudan and Burundi.
In June 2020, GovInn Director Dr Chris Nshimbi and Dr Inocent Moyo from the University of Zululand, edited a volume titled “Borders, Mobility, Regional Integration and Development: Issues, Dynamics and Perspectives in West, Eastern and Southern Africa”.
GovInn co-director Dr. Bruno Losch contributed to a collective research on Employment-intensive rural land reform in South Africa, commissioned by the Capacity Building Programme for Employment Promotion (CBPEP), an EU-funded initiative hosted by Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC), an agency of the National Treasury. The study was implemented by a team of researchers and experts, coordinated by Professor Ben Cousins, founder of the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS) at the University of the Western Cape.
Panelists will discuss the recent mobilisation of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) around the food security challenges during lockdown; and explore how organisations have worked together – and with government – in a valiant attempt to provide a shared solution to an acute problem in a time of crisis. The meeting will also explore what the legacy of this mass CSO/ NGO mobilisation might be for local food governance in South Africa.
GovInn director Dr Chris Nshimbi contributed a blog to Afronomics Law on the informal economy and its relation to the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, titled Hustle: A case for informal enterprise in the African Continental Free Trade Area.