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10 October 2013 | Category: Annual Lecture 2013
A Youth in Dialogue event, part of the 11th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture programme, was held on Sunday 18 August 2013 at the Maboneng Precinct in Johannesburg. Around 200 young South Africans and civil society stakeholders gathered at The Open in Johannesburg’s pulsing Maboneng Precinct to engage on the topic “Active Citizenship and Building Social Cohesion”.Read more
13 September 2013 | Category: Annual Lecture 2013
“Economic emancipation in Africa in building social cohesion” was the topic at the Business in Dialogue event held on 16 August at the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory.
The event, hosted by the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory and Audi South Africa, was attended by about 100 top business and thought leaders from South Africa, and was a conversation about rebuilding social cohesion on the continent.Read more
6 September 2013
South Africa has made great strides in gender equality and is a model to other countries – yet gender inequality continues to impede its efforts to build social cohesion. This was a common thread throughout the interactive “Women in Dialogue” session hosted by the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory and the City of Tshwane at Freedom Park on 18 August, 2013.Read more
28 August 2013 | Category: Annual Lecture 2013
Dr Mo Ibrahim was the guest speaker at this year’s Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture. Dr Ibrahim spoke on the topic “Building social cohesion”, and explored themes of economic emancipation, female empowerment and leadership. Guests at the lecture share their reflections.Read more
22 August 2013 | Category: Annual Lecture 2013
The theme for this year’s Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture was “Building Social Cohesion” – a call for all South Africans to work towards a united, cohesive, democratic and national society.
Dr Mo Ibrahim, businessman, academic and philanthropist, delivered the lecture at the University of South Africa (Unisa) in Pretoria on August 17, 2013.Read more
21 August 2012
Mary Robinson, Graça Machel and Brigalia Bam attended an event on Tuesday 7 August in celebration of Women’s Day. The event was hosted by the University of Johannesburg and the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory. EWN’s Taurai Maduna reports.Read more