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SNAPSHOTS OF SOUTH AFRICA’S DEMOCRACY AT 21
The IJR Afrobarometer team released the following papers today unpacking the South African Afrobarometer 2015 results on democracy, immigration and trade unions.
- South Africans increasingly discontent with the country’s democracy
- Immigration remains a challenge for South Africa’s government and citizens
- Majority of South Africans want a workers’ party as alternative to ANC
2015 SA RECONCILIATION BAROMETER SURVEY
Selected findings on the living conditions and economic wellbeing of South Africans
You are cordially invited to the 2nd briefing on the 2015 SA Reconciliation Barometer Survey to be held at IJR offices on the 17th of February.
IJR CONNECT: 9 FEB - 2 MARCH 2016
In line with South Africa's State of Nation Address and the Budget Speech, IJR will be hosting a series of dialogues and seminars on various current affairs topics ranging from racism to economic transformation.
Join us on the 18th of February at 17h30 for an interactive dialogue session to engage the topic of racism. SEATS ARE LIMITED - RSVP ESSENTIAL
THREE STREAM EDUCATION: A CURE OR A CRUTCH?
Join us for a discussion on South Africa’s proposed new three-tiered education on the 23rd of February at 16h00 at the IJR offices. This seminar will also explore how decolonisation could apply to basic education.
BOOK LAUNCH - MUGABEISM: HISTORY, POLITICS AND POWER IN ZIMBABWE
You are invited to the book launch of "Mugabeism" on the 25th of February at 17h30. This book is the first to investigate the meaning of Mugabe from an interdisciplinary vantage point.
TENDER TO SET UP SHAREPOINT AT IJR OFFICES
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) is inviting service providers to submit proposals for the SharePoint tender system at its Cape Town offices.
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR A WRITING CONSULTANT 2016
The IJR is seeking a Writing Consultant for development writing for 2016. The consultant will be responsible for assisting the BIS project leaders with writing of a publication based on work in various communities over the past five years.