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Victor Gwande Sep 7
Attending a conference on rethinking economics for Africa. Every economist is lambasting the discipline as useless and irrelevant for Africa. They are questioning the absence politics, history, philosophy and anthrolopogy in the discipline.
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Letlhogonolo Modisane Maimane Sep 8
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Michael N Smith Sep 7
Great start at ! Tomorrow I facilitate a workshop on Fanon and class formation with the team. Looking forward to it.
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ThatAdwoa Sep 7
I'm excited. PanAfricanism. Policy. Economic Justice Hopefully the launch of The Institute For Economic Justice is the launch of a true vehicle for impact and change.
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Comfort Matoti Sep 7
is doing the things with Prof robustly engaging on economic history, current status of the economy and solutions on an economy we want.
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Samiah Sep 8
It’s the end of the and I’m still not over how amazing South African students are. They’re ready for power. Especially - Thanks for an amazing conference 🙌🏾✨
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Stephanie Craig Sep 8
We must correct misconceptions that economic pluralism is easier, less critical, less rigorous and is a simply rejection of one school of thought in favour of another. In my opinion, this is what it is NOT about
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Bamsy Eats Sep 8
Reunited with at . She’s speaking on pluralism for South African academic economists.
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New Agenda Sep 7
The and team is in Joburg for the . Check out for updates throughout the weekend
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Panashe Maningi Sep 8
I've been in conferences all week from to to and every discussion of ethical leadership had Prof at the center as a tried and tested role model. I'm privileged to have been born in your time, to learn and be led by you♥
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REFA Festival 2018 Sep 8
Prof Ocran is discussing how the answers are not in economics text books alone nor are they purely theoretical. We need to learn from history, anthropology and other disciplines in order to create a mosaic of understanding
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Victor Gwande Sep 7
Replying to @vmtgwande
The discipline is producing fundamentalists and not critical thinkers. The discipline needs to be pluralist and multidisciplinary! My fellow historians, there is your space opening up.
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Robert Kowalenko Sep 7
At the Rethinking Economics For Africa Festival. If you’re here catch me speaking on what economics might learn from philosophy at 12.00
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New Agenda Sep 8
Participants at our workshop on Fanon are using new agenda to answer questions on pitfalls of national consciousness
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Marc Wegerif Sep 8
Samantha of tells us how Canadian mining company Orezone has got 15,000 hectares in Burkina Faso, is displacing thousands of people, women most affected, as farming & artisanal mining is stopped as the corporation aims to extract gold & profit
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Equal Education Sep 7
We're at for this weekend's where we'll be talking to economics students about a future in activism and where our Parliamentary Officer will be unpacking the impacts of austerity on basic education.
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Institute for Economic Justice Mar 12
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Rethinking Economics For Africa - Wits Sep 6
Tomorrow & will be two of the students on our opening plenary- kicking off the 🙌🏽
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Bamsy Eats Sep 8
At the Rethinking Economkcs for Africa festival today. Sitting in on “Alternative sustainable livelihood creation” or rather how to build a feminist economy.
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Carilee Osborne Sep 8
Twice at the panelists have referred to the late Hugh Masekela and his lyrics about the mining industry in South Africa
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