The Patterns We met up with Doron Issacs who heads up Equal Education, an organization, as its name represents, which is focused on the idea of creating a social movement around the right to equal education. The discussion covered a number of issues, namely: The concepting of the organization-, which came out of the
Seminar by Eddie Webster — “The rise of the workers movement and the politics of the ANC (1973-1994)”
On Monday, 23 April 2012 Eddie Webster will be presenting at the monthly Ndifuna Ukwazi seminar series on The rise of the workers movement and the politics of the ANC (1973-1994). We are honoured to host him. For those who cannot attend it will be live-streamed. Webster has been a constant voice in South Africa’s
The first Seminar from the Series focused on the role of the parties in framing the remedies they ask for in a way that will ensure effective outcomes. It also addressed the delicate balancing act required from the Court to ensure that it awards effective remedies in a manner that safeguards our democratic values and principles.
Can government be run like the Internet, permissionless and open? Coder and activist Jennifer Pahlka believes it can — and that apps, built quickly and cheaply, are a powerful new way to connect citizens to their governments — and their neighbors. Jennifer Pahlka is the founder of Code for America, which matches software geniuses with