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2011


Rights of Nature and Climate Politics
Pablo Solon (Durban , December 2011)

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COP17:Markets before Climate Justice
Mr Pablo Solon (Cape Town, November 2011)

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Advancing the Cochamba People's Agreement at COP 17: Challenges and the Role of Civil Society
Pablo Solon (Johannesburg, November 2011)

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Israel/Palestine:Where are we headed?
Prof Jeff Halper (Johannesburg, November 2011)

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Education for Liberation
Enver Motala (East London, November 2011)

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Israel/Palestine: Where are we headed post-Setember
Prof Jeff Halper (Cape Town, November 2011)

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Land Reform and the Possibilities for Emerging Farmers in South Africa
Dr Maraka Makhuru , Mazibuko Jara (Johannesburg, October 2011)

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S A's transition: choice, fate, or recolonization?
John Saul & Trevor Ngwane (Durban, September 2011)

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Are nation states homicidal?Exploring resistance to effective multilateral response to climate change.
Richard Worthington and Maria Euginia Flores (Cape Town, September 2011)

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Striking against inequality or damaging the economy?
Leonard Gentle (Alice, September 2011)

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What do changes in Labour mean for politics today?
Prof Jennifer Jihye Chun , Dr Peter Waterman, Prof Franco Barchiesi (Johannesburg, September 2011)

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Towards a more tolerant society: Can we overcome religious prejudice?
Dr Munter Fareed(Muslim) Dr Nomatshaka Taho(African Traditional Religion) Rev Peter Storey(Christian) Rabbi Greg Alexander ( Jewish) Chairperson Ms Glenda Wildschut (Cape Town, September 2011)

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"Pretty enough to print"powerful enough to .....convert
Vashna Jagarnath (Grahamstown, September 2011)

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Striking against ineqaulity or damaging the economy?
Leonard Gentle (East London, September 2011)

No Paper available

Will Palestine be free?
Mustafa Barghouti (Durban, August 2011)

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Cape Town: A vision for the city
Mayor Patricia de Lille, Tony Ehrenreich (Cape Town, August 2011)

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What does the western economic crisis mean for South Africa?
Dr Seeraj Mohammed (East London, August 2011)

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Convesations on Masculinities, Gender-based Violence Prevention and Gender Equality in the Global South.
K Ratele, Gary Barker,Diane Cooper (Cape Town, August 2011)

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The Making of Non-Violent Men: Reflections from Work in Rio de Reflections from Work in Rio de Janeiro's Janeiro's Favelas
What are the social and emotional conditions underlying young black and coloured men's homicide vulnerability and risk, and wh
Women's Day, Aug 9th 2011: Where to?

Politics in South Africa Today
William Gumede, Martin Legassick (Johannesburg, July 2011)

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"The second Arab revolt, the United States, and the future of Africa"
Immanuel Wallerstein (Durban, June 2011)

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School libraries:International Debate
Albert Boekhorst, James Henri, Luisa Marquardt,Lourense H Das, Sandy Zinn (Cape Town, June 2011)

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South Africa and India: Imperialism and / or Co-operation in the Indian Ocean arena?
Prof Dilip Menon, Prof Adam Habib, Prof Gilbert Khadiagala (Johannesburg, June 2011)

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Towards a Rights - Based Human Migration Policy in South Africa
Prof. Lawrence Piper;Nkosikhulule Nyembezi;Elroy Paulus (Cape Town, June 2011)

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South Africa and India: Imperialism and /or Co-operation in the Indian Ocean arena?
Ari Sitas, Isabel Hofmeyr and Michelle Williams (Cape Town, June 2011)

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Shack Theatre: A short film
Florian Kunert, Phillip Holl and Justine Davy (Durban, May 2011)

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Local Government Elections: The Challenges for development
Gillian Hart, Edgar Pieterse (Johannesburg, May 2011)

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Politics of Water: A Distorted Discourse
Mike Muller, Ahmed Veriava (Johannesburg, May 2011)

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"Why Economic Inequality Matters"
Martin Wilkinson (Alice, May 2011)

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An Election Debate: "To Vote or Not to Vote"
Mazibuko Jara, Alan Murphy (Durban, April 2011)

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Revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East
Tariq Ali (Cape Town, April 2011)

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The West, the Arab World and its Discontents
Dr Tariq Ali (East London, April 2011)

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Who is a non-racial South African: Manyi, Manuel and the battle for the South African Dream....
Dr Vishwas Satgar (Cape Town, April 2011)

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The New Arab Revolution:Contemporary Politics in North Africa and the Middle East
John Rose (East London, March 2011)

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The Unmaking of Afrikanerdom
Dunbar Moodie (Johannesburg, March 2011)

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Communal Land, Traditional Leadership and Rural Development in the Eastern Cape
Mazibuko Jara, Leslie Bank, Clifford Mabhena (East London, March 2011)

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The Mandela Decade:Labour, Culture and Society in Post Apertheid South Africa
Ari Sitas (Johannesburg, March 2011)

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Song & Dance:Power, Consent and the ANC under Zuma and beyond
Hein Marais (Johannesburg, March 2011)

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The State of Local Government in South Africa
Elroy Paulus,Nkosikhulule Nyembezi,Dr. Dale T. McKinley;Mr. Derek Powell and Mr. Johann Mettler (Cape Town, March 2011)

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South Africa Pushed to the Limit: Song, Consent and the ANC under Zuma and Beyond
Hein Marais (Durban, March 2011)

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South Africa Pushed to the Limit
Prof Hein Marais, Mr Mazibuko Jara (Cape Town, March 2011)

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South Africa Pushed to the Limit
Hein Marais (Johannesburg, March 2011)

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Uprising in Egypt, turmoil in the Arab world:is the genie of democracy out of the bottle?
Na'eem Jeenah (East London, February 2011)

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Climate Teach-In
Blessing Karumbidza,Siziwe Khanyile, Bongani Mthembu, Molefi Ndlovu,Bobby Peek,Alice Thompson. (Durban, February 2011)

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The Dilemma of Job Creation and Decent work
Prof Edward Webster (East London, February 2011)

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The Architecture of Erasure in Jerusalem
Prof Saree Makdisi (Cape Town, February 2011)

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