The State Capture and its Aftermath conference will host some exciting speakers over the 3-day programme, from 22 – 24 October.
Here are some of the highlights to look out for. #AfterCapture
Prof. Juan Pablo Luna (Chile) presents on Panel 2, Day 1, with the title Neither populism nor oligarchy. The meltdown of political representation in Latin America
Prof. Lucas Gonzalez (Argentina) speaks on The unequal distribution of Inequality: Provincial states, local elites and income distribution in the Argentine provinces on Panel 4, Day 1.
Dr. John Githongo speaks from a Kenyan perspective on Day 2, the 7th Panel entitled “State Capture in Comparative Perspective”.
Justice Zak Yacoob, former Judge of the Constitutional Court of South Africa opens the conference with a keynote address.
Prof. Patrick Heller (USA) will present his paper on Panel 5, Day 1, titled Democratic deepening in the age of neo-liberalism: Comparing Brazil, India and South Africa.
Panel 7, Day 2 opens with Dr. Joe Abah (Nigeria) talking on The ‘selfie’ state: State capture in Nigeria.
Ending impunity: Jail the corrupt is presented by Rafael Marques de Morais (Angola) on Day 2, Panel 9.
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Don't miss Day 3's civil society roundtables with:
Amabhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism
Open Democracy Advice Centre (ODAC)
Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC)
Institute for Security Studies
Public Sector Network
The final session on Day 3 has Karima Brown (ENCA) facilitating a discussion with thought leaders from South Africa’s major political parties on the state reform agenda leading up to the 2019 national elections.