Nelson Mandela Foundation

Drawing on the rich traditions of transformative dialogue, problem-solving and social renewal that made South Africa’s remarkable transition possible, the Foundation hopes the drive positive change and realise social justice by facilitating engagements about the problems people face.

Toys in a sandpit

International webinar: Child-care Services and Women's Work

Dulcie September Dialogue

September Amnesia

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Social cohesion or social divisions: Is it too late to save social media?

A corridor in an archive

Liberating the Archive


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Civics Academy

Women Dignity Inbody

Is'thunzi Sabafazi

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Refugee Inclusion in the Rainbow Narrative: United Nations High Commission on Refugees – Africa Consultations

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Deepening Democracy: Dialogue on the ‘Bantustan Bills’

Adam Habib

Rebels, rage and exclusion

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National Education Crisis Forum


Open democracy colloquium

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Community Conversations: Social Cohesion

Students Listen

Community Conversations: HIV/AIDS

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Malibongwe Dialogue

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SA National AIDS Conference 2009

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AIDS 2031


International Women's Day 2008


Youth Community Dialogues

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Human Rights Lecture and Roundtable Discussion 2007

Pan Shot Dialogue

Caring Schools Dialogue


In Conversation with Bill Clinton

Aids Dialogue

SA National AIDS Conference 2007


Editors' Forum

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Dialogue on National Strategic Plan

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Dialogue on ART delivery

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Dialogue publications