NGGPC Declaration “Prioritize People and Planet: A New Agenda for Global Progress
Occasional Lecture by Pascal Lamy
Traditional Leadership in a Constitutional Democracy Working Paper
Tribute to Bra Hugh Masekela
United Nations Public Service Awards (UNPSA) Call for Nominations
Tribute to Libby Llyod
The Pedagogy of Mathematics in South Africa Publication
Reimagining Basic Education in South Africa Publication
Changing Economic Balances in Africa Rising Publication
Annual Report 2016/17
MISTRA’s research covers nation-formation, economic growth and social equity.
MISTRA staff regularly contributes to both print and electronic media on a wide range of policy-related issues of current relevance in the public discourse.
MISTRA produces a range of publications, including occasional papers, Monthly Briefings, speeches and conference papers to impact continuously on public discourse on a wide range of strategic policy-relevant issues.
MISTRA conducts regular open and closed dialogues in partnership with relevant organisations as well as like-minded institutions. Strategic Reflections meant to add value to public discourse and to incubate ideas by providing a platform for societal dialogue.
MISTRA launched its research report on The Pedagogy of Mathematics in South Africa: Is There a Unifying logic? on the 6th December 2017 during the Science Forum South Africa events.
The United Nations Public Service Awards (UNPSA) Programme has begun to accept nominations for the 2018 Awards. The nominations will close on 7 February 2018.
In this MISTRA Working Paper for MISTRA's research project on 'Traditional Leadership and Customs in a Constitutional Democracy', Prof. Peter Delius, draws on precolonial history to unsettle some of our key assumptions about the nature of chiefly authority and its relationship to land.
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