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Gauteng Human Settlements 2055 - Scenario Planning Project Report
This document serves to convey the total outcome of the scenario planning project commissioned by the Gauteng Department of local Government and Housing. In an effort to employ longrange planning met

Author: Mphathi Nyewe and Thembinkosi Semwayo
Organisation: Gauteng Department of Local Government and Housing
Publish Date: July 2010
Gauteng Innovation and Knowledge Economy Strategy
The Gauteng Innovation Strategy recognises the importance of these three characteristics of innovation: a broad concept of innovation, rather than a narrow one; the potential of open innovation netwo

Author: Gauteng Provincial Government
Organisation: Gauteng Provincial Government
Publish Date: April 2012
Gauteng Youth Employment Strategy
Gauteng Youth Employment Strategy

Author: Gauteng Provincial Government, South Africa
Organisation: Gauteng Provincial Government, South Africa
Publish Date: 2012
Gender (in)equality and the future of work
The report mainstreams gender into the analysis of the future of work.

Author: Sylvia Walby
Organisation: Equal Opportunities Commission
Publish Date: 2007
Gender and climate change-induced conflict in pastoral communities: Case study of Turkana in northwestern Kenya
Climate change-induced conflict is a major global threat to human security and the environment. It has been projected that there is going to be an increase in climate changes resulting in increased d

Author: Nancy A. Omolo
Organisation: Nancy A. Omolo
Publish Date: 2011
Gender and climate change: mapping the linkages
This paper, prepared for the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID) Equity and Rights Team, seeks to make the most of the available resources, pulling from them useful insights that cou

Author: Alyson Brody, Justina Demetriades and Emily Esplen
Organisation: BRIDGE (development - gender)
Publish Date: 2008
Gender and leadership? Leadership and gender? A journey through the landscape of theories
The purpose of this article was to examine the following three questions: Are women’s leadership styles truly different from men’s? Are these styles less likely to be effective? Is the determination

Author: Steven H. Appelbaum, Lynda Audet, Joanne C. Miller
Organisation: Leadership & Organization Development Journal 24/1 [2003] 43-51
Publish Date: 2003
Gender and Poverty in South Africa
This paper will attempt to give a critical view of the place of women in the poverty debate at the levels of theory and practice. It gives an overview of some of the realities of gender and poverty i

Author: Liepollo Lebohang Pheko
Organisation: South African Women in Dialogue (SAWID)
Publish Date: October 2011
Gender and Poverty Reduction: Voice, Dialogue and Targeting
South Africa’s approach to eradicating extreme poverty and hunger is comprehensive, seeking to address both the monetary aspects of poverty whilst also attending to its multidimensionality and indivi

Author: R.Moletsane, V.Reddy, S.Ntombela, H.Dayal, L.Wiebesiek, C.Munthree, M.Kongolo, T.Masilela
Organisation: Human Sciences Research Council
Publish Date: 2010
General equilibrium modelling in South Africa: What the future holds
This paper provides an overview of the main research contributions of the past decade using general equilibrium models to analyse agricultural issues in South Africa. The methodological developments

Author: S. McDonald, C. Punt
Organisation: Agrekon, Vol 44, No 1
Publish Date: 2005
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