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2003


Transition to democracy in Zimbabwe: A civil society perspective Hosted in partnership with the Zimbabwe Advocacy Campaign.
Brian Raftopolous, Chair of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, and Mike Auret, formerly Director of the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe and ex MDC MP for Harare Central (Cape Town, December 2003)

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Anti-Semitism or Anti-Zionism
Prof Milton Shain, Hebrew and Jewish Studies Department, University of Cape Town and Jonathan Shapiro, Editorial Cartoonist (Cape Town, November 2003)

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Why South African democracy has not reduced inequality
Prof Stephen Friedman (Durban, November 2003)

No Paper available

Another journalism is possible: Critical challenges for the media in South Africa
Jane Duncan, Freedom of Expression Institute (Durban, October 2003)

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The making of manhood in Xhosa society: Challenges for gender equality
Nomboniso Gasa (Cape Town, September 2003)

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Education and social movements: From people's education to neoliberalism
Salim Vally (Durban, September 2003)

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Teacher education: The challenges of recruiting, training and retaining teachers
Panelists: Penny Vinjavold (Chief Director: Education Planning, Provincial Administration of the Western Cape), Prof Maureen Robinson (Dean: Faculty of Education, Cape Technikon), Allan Liebenberg (Principal: Crestway High School) (Cape Town, August 2003)

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The African Renaissance and the neoliberal world order
Dr Neville Alexander (Durban, August 2003)

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What's happened to the workers? Implications of informalisation of 'work'
Prof Eddie Webster, Sociology of Work Unit, University of the Witwatersrand; Discussant: Prof Johan Maree (Cape Town, July 2003)

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The death of race
David Theo Goldberg (Durban, July 2003)

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Economic growth and poverty alleviation
Philip Dexter; Respondent: Prof Pieter le Roux (Cape Town, June 2003)

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Land: Critical choices for South Africa
Andile Mngxitama, National Land Committee (Durban, June 2003)

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An incomplete transformation: What is to be done?
Prof Sampie Terreblanche, Department of Economics, University of Stellenbosch (Cape Town, May 2003)

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Passageways: Revisiting self, the society of the spectacle, and Moby Dick in the wake of September 11
Darryl Accone (Durban, May 2003)

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Combating poverty: South Africa's BIG challenge
Neil Coleman, Cosatu and BIG Coalition; Discussant: Jeremy Seekings, Centre for Social Science Research, University of Cape Town (Cape Town, April 2003)

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A South African architecture: What is it, where is it?
Prof Alan Lipman (Durban, April 2003)

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George Bush, the American State and the new far right
Prof Dan O'Meara; Discussant: Dr Pallo Jordan (Cape Town, March 2003)

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AIDS: Crisis and resistance
Prof Alan Whiteside and Mark Heywood (Durban, March 2003)

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Inequality in South Africa
Prof Sampie Terreblanche, University of Stellenbosch (Durban, February 2003)

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