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Dr Rebecca Hodes has left the CSSR and UCT. Rebecca joined the AIDS and Society Research Unit (ASRU) as Deputy-Director in 2010 and took over as Director in 2015.
The CSSR’s webinar series has resumed in the 2nd semester, around the theme of ‘COVID, State and Society’.
Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings have been observing closely the vaccination rollout to contain COVID-19.
ASRU's Director, Rebecca Hodes, is quoted in this article, written by Dennis Webster for New Frame, about vaccine skepticism in South Africa: https://www.newframe.com/sas-age-old-factionalism-fuels-vaccine-scepticism/
The Political Parties in Africa Project (PPA), supported by the Institute for Democracy, Citizenship and Public Policy in Africa (IDCPPA), invites interested students and scholars to attend our upcoming virtual conference on 21 & 22 January and 18 & 19 February 2021.
Rebecca Hodes (ASRU) was awarded UCT's Social Responsiveness Award at a virtual graduation ceremony.
The poor performance of the South African government in delivering food in the first months of the 2020 lockdown was subjected to more criticism by Jeremy Seekings in a webinar.
Clear and concise information on the vaccines for community organisations and activists.
On 10 December, the HSRC in collaboration with the AIDS and Society Research Unit are hosting a youth dialogue on living with HIV as a young person in South Africa.
The thesis examines how changes of government affect social protection policy reform, through case-studies of Zambia and Malawi (using process tracing) and a broader analysis of East and Southern Africa (using quantitative data).
ASRU/HSRC collaborators on the 'ALHIV' project, focusing on Adolescents Living with HIV, will share combined research findings as a part of a youth dialogue on science.
The Gauteng High Court has handed down a judgement in a case brought by an NGO, SA Childcare, and others against the national Minister of Social Development and her provincial counterparts.
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