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Mr Maybin Nsupila (Zambia) flanked by Professor Alan Hirsch and Dr Judith Cornell
Inaugural MPhil graduates have key role to play in shaping Africa’s future
It was a cold and rainy day at UCT, but nothing was going to dampen the enthusiasm of the group of inaugural graduates from the UCT Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice who had gathered for a celebratory lunch after their graduation...
Application deadline for Master of Philosophy in Development Policy and Practice is 5 September 2016
Applications deadline 5 September 2016
The Master of Philosophy in Development Policy and Practice programme offers students a multi-disciplinary degree with a balance of theoretical and practical skills. The core curriculum is drawn from the disciplines of economics, political science...
UCT collaborates in global programme to tackle inequality
UCT collaborates in global programme to tackle inequality
An ambitious programme, designed to build a global community of leaders dedicated to changing policy, practice and public dialogue around inequalities, has been announced by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), The Atlantic...
African Economic Integration report
Report on African Economic Integration
Nkrumah and other African leaders saw African Economic Integration as a long – term goal for African states. Although many steps have already been taken towards this objective, there have also been a number of challenges.
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Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Marianne Camerer

Article appears courtesy of European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), GREAT Insights Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 4. July/August 2016.

by Marianne Camerer

Issues of visas, free movement of people, encouraging cultural, academic, leadership exchanges are crucial and key to regional integration. Governments need to be a key part of the conversation and encouraged not to be limited by national domestic agendas for short political gain.

Publication Date:
Monday, July 18, 2016 - 14:00
Saarah Salie

On Saturday 9 July 2016, the MPhil in Development Policy and Practice students of 2015 and 2016 had the privilege to meet two students from the pioneer class of 2014. The two students, Saarah Salie and Percy Makombe, are two of the students who were the first to graduate with an MPhil in Development Policy and Practice.

Publication Date:
Monday, July 18, 2016 - 10:15
Alan Hirsch

Unchecked, rising inequality is one of the most important risks to the sustainability of African growth. Africa is in much better shape than it was 30 years ago. Growth has risen, poverty has been reduced, violent conflicts are less prevalent, and democracy and other forms of accountability are found in many more countries.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, June 29, 2016 - 09:45
GSDPP June 2016 graduation

It was a cold and rainy day at UCT, but nothing was going to dampen the enthusiasm of the group of inaugural graduates from the UCT Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice (GSDPP) who had gathered for a celebratory lunch after their graduation ceremony. 

 

Publication Date:
Monday, June 20, 2016 - 11:30

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