New York event: Engaging SA's Born Free Generation

The International Republican Institute, Freedom House and the South African Institute of Race Relations cordially invite you to a panel discussion: Engaging South Africa’s Born Free Generation: Prospects and Challenges on 30 April 2015 in New York.
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New York event: Engaging SA's Born Free Generation

The International Republican Institute, Freedom House and the South African Institute of Race Relations cordially invite you to a panel discussion: Engaging South Africa’s Born Free Generation: Prospects and Challenges on 30 April 2015 in New York.

Engaging South Africa’s Born Free Generation: Prospects and Challenges

 

Thursday, April 30, 2015

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Freedom House
120 Wall Street
Suite 2601
New York, NY 10005


With

Lindiwe Mazibuko
Former Leader of the Opposition
Parliament of South Africa

Frans Cronje
Chief Executive Officer
South Africa Institute for Race Relations

Paul Graham
Project Director
Freedom House South Africa

Lebogang Mokwena
Washington Mandela Fellow
Former Director
South Africa Department of Higher Education and Training

 

Panelists will offer a broad overview of the policies and politics that affect young South Africans, 
discuss the significance (or insignificance) of born frees as a demographic, 
and finally, discuss the relationship between young South Africans and their government today.

Please RSVP to Kellen Mcclure at Mcclure@FreedomHouse.org by Monday, April 27, 2015

Snacks will be provided

IRR TV

Engaging South Africa’s Born Free Generation: Prospects and Challenges

 

Thursday, April 30, 2015

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Freedom House
120 Wall Street
Suite 2601
New York, NY 10005


With

Lindiwe Mazibuko
Former Leader of the Opposition
Parliament of South Africa

Frans Cronje
Chief Executive Officer
South Africa Institute for Race Relations

Paul Graham
Project Director
Freedom House South Africa

Lebogang Mokwena
Washington Mandela Fellow
Former Director
South Africa Department of Higher Education and Training

 

Panelists will offer a broad overview of the policies and politics that affect young South Africans, 
discuss the significance (or insignificance) of born frees as a demographic, 
and finally, discuss the relationship between young South Africans and their government today.

Please RSVP to Kellen Mcclure at Mcclure@FreedomHouse.org by Monday, April 27, 2015

Snacks will be provided

Free Society Project