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3.2.2 South Africa: Historical Injustice and Elandskloof

Historical Injustice and Elandskloof in South Africa

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UK-APASI in Mathematical Sciences: Group Presentations (March 2022)

Subtitles will be available soon. Joseph Malinzi: On COVID-19 transmission dynamics, number of waves and impact of vaccination: From a mathematical modelling perspective Simile Lushaba: Improved…

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SIPP: Enabling Participation in Early Childhood Education

This webinar brings together case studies from Brazil, Eswatini, Palestine, Scotland and South Africa to shed light on how policy interventions are aiming to enable children's participation…

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LSS2_Landscape Studio

Founded in Kenya in 2014 by Chloé and Michael Humphreys, The Landscape Studio has championed site-specific responses that proudly reveal the essence and identity of the place. By careful…

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The South African dairy processing industry

The South African dairy processing industry - Reena Das Nair

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The South African citrus industry

The South African citrus industry - Shingie Chisoro

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The South African maize milling industry

The South African maize milling industry - Andrew Bowman

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Expert update - week commencing 29 Nov 2021

(Recorded Saturday 27 November, 2021) Professor Linda Bauld, John Usher Chair of Public Health, shares her insights on the latest developments in Scotland relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. This…

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UK-Africa Partnerships for Climate Action

This event was hosted in the Playfair Library Hall, On 6th November 2021, coinciding with COP26. The event explored the role of partnerships focused on collaborative provision of education, skills…

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Reformation 175 - Panel 3 - Reformed Theology in the World [Video]

Discussion panel on Reformed theology in Church and society. Chair: Dr. Simon J. G. Burton. Panellists: Dr. Alistair Wilson, Dr. Ximian Xu, Dr. Calida Chu, Dr. James Eglinton, Jaekook Lee, Israel…

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A Book Talk on ‘A Theory of African Constitutionalism’ - Dr Berihun Gebeye

The Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law presents A Book Talk on ‘A Theory of African Constitutionalism’ Speaker: Dr Berihun Gebeye, Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the…

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IDAH Week 7, Lecture 1 Part 2: Leapfrogging out of poverty? The digital economy in international development

IDAH Week 7, Lecture 1 Part 2: Leapfrogging out of poverty? The digital economy in international development

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UK-Africa Partnerships for Climate Action

Join us online next 6 Nov - from 18:00 (GMT) for 'UK-Africa Partnerships for Climate Action.' The event will explore visions for achieving green recovery, and how to deliver on the goals of…

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Commemorating Andrew Walls (1928–2021)

On October 5, 2021, the Centre for the Study of World Christianity commemorated the life and legacy of its founder, Professor Andrew F. Walls (1928–2021), through a research seminar discussing…

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Lecture 3: Religious Networks in the Age of Empire in New Spain and Africa

Two of the most striking developments in the modern history of global Christianity have been the respective strengths of Catholic Christianity in Central and Latin America and of Protestant and…

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BHoM 2021: Mamokgethi Phakeng (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Subtitles are being processed and will be visible soon. Black Heroes of Mathematics Conference 2021 05 - 06 October 2021 Mathematics is Easy. Teaching it is Hard. Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng…

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