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Research outputs: CULTURAL PLURALISM
2021 UNESCO World Heritage Convention and the diversity of cultural contexts within the sustainable development paradigm
In 2015, the State Parties to the World Heritage Convention adopted the UNESCO Policy Document for the Integration of a Sustainable Developm...Download this report
2020 Developing a targeted behavioural change communication strategy for a linguistically and culturally diverse community
Social and behavioural change communication (SBCC) as a domain in health communication is increasingly being recognised as a valuable tool f...
2018 On decolonisation and revolution: a Kristevan reading of the hashtags student movements and Fallism
In 2015, clarion calls for a radical change in South African universities sounded. Protesting students demanded a transformed cultural and p...