The President of UCT Convocation, Professor Eddy Maloka, together with the African Union’s African Peer Review Mechanism Secretariat (APRM) and the Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance invite you to an Africa Month public symposium symposium titled: Interrogating the role of young leaders in Pan-Africanism and regional integration.
Do you want to learn more about conducting randomised evaluations? The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) invites you to participate in the flagship executive education course: Evaluating Social Programmes.
Join Sebastien Dessus, leader of the recent World Bank South Africa Economic Update, “Tertiary Education Enrollments Must Rise”, as he provides an overview of the study’s findings, as a basis for discussion.
The Mandela School’s Executive Education Programme offers senior public leaders and officials, as well as senior national and international actors in the private and non-profit sectors, and members of think tanks, high-level training in various public policy and development areas.
Join leading researchers Prof Brian Levy, Dr Tim Kelsall and Prof Sam Hickey for a presentation and discussion on: “How politics, development and state effectiveness interact – main findings of a global research partnership.”
Join leading researchers Prof Brian Levy, Dr Tim Kelsall and Prof Sam Hickey for a research seminar on: “How politics, development and state effectiveness interact – main findings of a global research partnership.”
The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance celebrates #InternationalWomensDay under the theme “Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate for Change” and profiles some of the women who serve at the Mandela School.
The LSE-UCT Summer School is accepting applications, for the programme which will take place from 24 June - 5 July 2019. The LSE-UCT Summer School is an exciting and intensive two week summer school for students and professionals offered and taught in partnership between the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the University of Cape Town (UCT), offering a variety of courses on important issues relevant to Africa today.
Nelson Mandela preferred that his memory be honoured not with statues or monuments, but with living institutions that represent and reproduce the values for which he stood. The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance’s Living Memorial project aims to fulfil this vision.
The Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity is accepting applications for the 2019 Fellowship Programme; each year 20 high-impact leaders from South Africa and the United States are recruited to participate in a 12-month programme which fosters knowledge-sharing, relationship-building and collaboration.
The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance’s newsletter takes a look at the school’s journey upon taking on the Mandela name on 5 July 2018. Catch up on the successful launch, the school's Master's Programme, Global Partnerships and the Public Lecture Series.