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2002


Organising for second freedom
Ela Bhatt, Founder: Self-Employed Women's Association, India (Durban, December 2002)

Paper

The changing nature of capital since 1994
Dr Neva Makgetla, COSATU (Cape Town, November 2002)

No Paper available

The (self-imposed) crisis of the black intellectual
Prof Jonathan Jansen, University of Pretoria (Durban, November 2002)

Paper

The threat of war with Iraq
Dr Pallo Jordan, Chair: Parliamentary Foreign Policy Group (Cape Town, October 2002)

Paper

The Basic Income Grant: Poverty, politics and policy-making
Ravi Naidoo, National Labour and Economic Development Institute (Durban, October 2002)

Paper

The Nevirapine case
Geoff Budlender, Legal Resources Centre (Cape Town, October 2002)

Transcript

Journalism in the age of the market
Prof Anton Harber, University of the Witwatersrand (Durban, September 2002)

No Paper available

Fences and windows: Fencing people out, fencing resources in, window of opportunity
Naomi Klein, columnist, author and activist; Discussant: Ashwin Desai, University of Natal (Durban, September 2002)

No Paper available

The Nevirapine case
Geoff Budlender, Legal Resources Centre (Cape Town, August 2002)

No Paper available

Cost recovery and municipal services in South Africa
Dr David McDonald, Queens University, Canada (Durban, August 2002)

Paper

African development: Are there alternatives to NEPAD?
Dr Stephen Gelb, The Edge Institute (Durban, July 2002)

No Paper available

The state of the nation
Prof Sipho Seepe, Vista University, and Dr Pallo Jordan, ANC MP (Durban, June 2002)

No Paper available

Sexual violence: The way forward
Panel: Advocate Bronwyn Pithey (Sexual Offences & Community Affairs Unit, Office of National Director of Public Prosecutions), Mr Cas Saloojee (MP), Nikki Schaay (School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape), Chief Patekile Holomisa (MP, President of Contralesa) (Cape Town, May 2002)

Transcript

Land and agrarian reform
Prof Ben Cousins and Mr Edward Lahiff, Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape (Cape Town, April 2002)

Transcript

The Zimbabwean election
Assoc Prof Patrick Bond, Graduate School of Public & Development Management, University of Witwatersrand (Cape Town, March 2002)

No Paper available