Date: 29 Apr 2020
Time: 15:00 to 16:30
Venue: Online via Zoom, registration required
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Online via Google meet
The Civilian Secretariat for Police Service (CSPS) invites participants to the launch of SaferSpaces under new management, which will be taking place on 29 June 2017. CSPS with the guidance of an Advisory Group will be managing SaferSpaces in line with the implementation of the 2016 White Paper on Safety and Security.
At a time when we are besieged by global uncertainty, fear and polarisation here is an irresistible invitation to people who are passionate about peace and nonviolence, and who are willing to learn, in a circle, with and from each other.
In less than 20 years, one out of every two people in Africa is likely to live in an urban area. Will Africa’s urbanisation translate to a better life for all, or is it set to compound slow development growth, poverty, inequality and violence? A new African Futures research paper addresses these questions and forecasts likely population numbers for Africa’s current and emerging megacities.
What do rising levels of protest and a depreciating economic and political climate mean for South Africa’s future? Is the Rainbow Nation at a turning point? This seminar presents the ISS’ latest futures analysis on economics, politics and instability in South Africa up to 2024.
New research shows that social cohesion can both prevent and enable violence in South African communities. This seminar will launch a special edition of South African Crime Quarterly that showcases the research and investigates the role of social cohesion and the related concept of collective efficacy in reducing violence.
This premier annual event brings together researchers, academics, policy makers and practitioners with an interest in criminology and associated disciplines to discuss research findings and exchange ideas.