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The ToRs identify that a capable, ethical and developmental state cannot be achieved without an active and fully participating civil society...Download this report
Situated within the topic of geographical contexts of knowledge production, this article interrogates the youth policies of Kenya, Ghana and...
In this article we argue for a socio-political conception of space in order to show how conceptualisations of space can provide conceptual t...
2019 Transformation, stratification and higher education: exploring the absorption into employment of public financial aid beneficiaries across the South African higher education system
Improving access to higher education is an important strategy for achieving equity in the labour market. Against the backdrop of the massifi...