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Seminars, talks & public lectures in 2017
|14 Feb||Germany's role during the EU refugee crisis by Caspar Schauseil||More than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe in 2015, sparking a crisis as countries struggled to cope with the influx, and creating division in the EU over how best to deal with resettling people. The EU crisis border closures and a March 2016 deal with Turkey led to a significant decline in arrivals of migrants and asylum seekers by sea to Greece compared to 2015, while boat migration from North Africa to Italy kept pace with previous years.
R100 (full fee); R50 (staff); R30 (students)
|Lecture Theatre 2, Kramer Building, Middle Campus, UCT, 18:00-19:firstname.lastname@example.org
021 650 2888
|14 Feb||Air Pollution: How We Treat the Atmosphere Like a Sewer - with Professor Douw Steyn||In this seminar Professor Douw Steyn (Professor Emeritus of Atmospheric Science at The University of British Columbia) will survey the nature and consequences of degraded air quality.
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|Studio 3, Environmental Geographical Science Building, 13:00-14:00||Claire van Wyk|
|20 Feb||The Keiskamma Art Project: lecture by Brenda Schmahmann||Since its inception in 2000, the Keiskamma Art Project has produced works of exceptional beauty that explore issues of vital importance to all South Africans. A testament to Keiskamma's founder, Carol Hofmeyr, and its 130 members, this book demonstrates that creativity and imagination can contribute substantially to poverty alleviation and empowerment. In this lecture, Brenda Schmahmann, the author of a recently published book on this remarkable project, introduces some key works by the Keiskamma Art Project. R100 (full fee); R50 (staff); R30 (students). Read more...||Lecture Theatre 2, Kramer Building, Middle Campus, UCT, 18:00-19:email@example.com
021 650 2888
|26 Feb||"Abantu beMendi": The Mendi Centenary Exhibition||Gallery of the Centre for African Studies, Upper Campus, University of Cape Town The opening of the Mendi Centenary Exhibition will be hosted by Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Francis Petersen. Read more...||Upper Campus, University of Cape Town, 14:firstname.lastname@example.org|