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Rape stats unreliable
Rape stats unreliable
Policymakers require solid statistics if they are to correctly respond to the daily violence women experience. But, we don’t have many.
[Podcast]Decolonising institutions: Achille Mbembe
[Podcast]Decolonising institutions: Achille Mbembe
Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (Wiser) member Professor Achille Mbembe presents on decolonising institutions at the 2015 M&G Litfest.
Too much book learning, too little work for matrics
Too much book learning, too little work for matrics
Much-needed improvements to the education system cannot start as late as at matric level, a Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (Wiser)...
Archives of the non-racial: Get on the bus
Archives of the non-racial: Get on the bus
JohannesburgEverything seemed worked out. We had a timely theme, The...
Frameworks on land rights need to evolve and be updated
Frameworks on land rights need to evolve and be updated
The issue of land ownership and the rights to land should not be “put into a rural box” for nongovernmental organisations to deal with,...
Local government needs residents to get involved
Local government needs residents to get involved
Local government needs to embrace citizen participation and move beyond being just a vehicle for the delivery of services. This is if the crisis...

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