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UCT Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice will be launching an executive short course on Ethical Leadership and Public Accountability in 2018.
The UCT New Generation of Academics newsletter is out and it features an interview with our very own Musa Nxele. Take a look and get to know Musa, who'll be featuring across our course offerings, as well as developing courses for our Master's programme.
Join us from 4-6pm on 6 February for our first free public talks of the year: Professor Carlos Lopes in conversation with Professor Brian Raftopolous on the timely topic "The New Zimbabwe: What Comes Next?" Please RSVP to email@example.com for catering purposes, as light snacks will be served.
In association with LSE Inequalities Institute, we encourage civic organisations to apply for the Action for Equity Award - an exciting new prize which recognises work being done to combat inequality in South Africa.
The Nordic Africa Institute is a centre for research, knowledge, policy advice and information on Africa based in Uppsala, Sweden. They are advertising several positions for African researchers, which we encourage those interested in development to consider.
GSDPP success is 2017 was rounded off fittingly by Professor Carlos Lopes' listing among Africa's 100 'most influential' by francophone newspaper, Financial Afrik.
The African Activist Archive Project is an online archive of almost 10,000 documents, images, and audio and video files managed by the African Studies Center at the Michigan State University.
Musa Nxele has joined the GSDPP faculty as a Lecturer, after the School was awarded prestigious funding as part of the New Generation of Academics programme by the DHET.
Our Alumni survey results were overwhelmingly positive. Take a look here!
The Institute for Democracy, Citizenship and Public Policy in Africa at UCT invites applications for up to three postdoctoral fellowships to conduct research on political parties in East and Southern Africa (excepting South Africa).
GSDPP Director Professor Alan Hirsch will form part of a panel hosted by the institute for Security Studies on 9 November 2017, discussing how development aid can reduce poverty in Africa.