Race, Diversity and Inclusion
Sep 29 @ 10:00 - 15:00R350
- Gain an understanding of language and terms around race, oppression and social justice.
- Share and develop skills, tools, and ideas for how to facilitate honest conversations about race, class, gender, sexuality, and other dynamics of oppression.
- Strategize and practice navigating and addressing conflicts related to issues of oppression that may come up in your context.
- Learn from case studies.
- Share experiences with other individuals and non-profit organisations.
Cost: R350 Please click here to book and pay online (EFT and credit/debit card options are available)
Dr Imraan Buccus is a Senior Research Fellow in Political Science at UKZN and director of a university study abroad program on political transformation. Buccus is also assistant professor on a program in Peace and Justice Leadership and the World Learning Graduate Institute in Washington DC. He is a newspaper columnist and is often called upon by television and radio stations to offer political analysis. He is widely published, in academic journals and book chapters, in the area of participatory democracy, poverty and civil society. Buccus is the former editor of Critical Dialogue, a journal of Public Participation in review. He has presented extensively at academic conferences around the world. His last paper entitled, ‘ Democratic transitions and liberation movements in power: a closer look at the ANC’ was presented at the African Studies conference in San Diego, California recently.