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South Africa Partners holds "Global Youth Empowerment Roundtable Discussion" with The Tomorrow Trust, OZY-EDU and Harvard Alumni for Education

South Africa Partners
On May 17, South Africa Partners, The Tomorrow Trust, OZY EDU and Harvard Alumni for Education held a discussion at the MIT Media Lab on multi-sector partnerships that include high-quality social-emotional interventions to support youth development, health, and life achievement. Attendees from...
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Elinor Sisulu to Receive Honorary PhD from the University of Pretoria Department of Human Sciences

We are pleased to share the news that Elinor Sisulu will receive an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Pretoria. Sisulu is an eminent human rights activist, author, researcher, and academic scholar. Her research is focused on development studies and the economic status of women, civil society...
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Guided MFA Tour of 'Made Visible: Contemporary South African Fashion and Identity

South Africa Partners invites you to a guided tour of "Made Visible: Contemporary South African Fashion and Identity", a temporary exhibit at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts (MFA). The exhibit celebrates the identities of South Africans historically denied their rights: Xhosa, Ndebele, and Zulu...
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Former I ACT Programme Manager Published in the African Journal of AIDS Research

Siyabonga Kave, former I ACT Programme Manager in the Eastern Cape, was recently published in the African Journal of AIDS Research. The study examines the role of support groups in linking and retaining newly diagnosed HIV patients to care. Support groups not only serve as formal link between newly...
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Don’t Simply Celebrate International Women’s Day – Act

By Dr. JudyAnn Bigby
The history of International Women’s Day dates back to 1909 when labor activists and suffragists organized National Woman's Day in New York City in the U.S. The United Nations adopted March 8 as International Women’s Day in 1975. It is tempting to acknowledge the progress women have made world-wide...