Thursday, 28 November 2013

Reading of Play at 1994-2014: 20 Years of South African Democracy Conference, Oxford University

On the 24th of April, 2014, a reading of the play will open the conference, '1994-2014: 20 Years of South African Democracy Conference' at Oxford University.



The purpose of the Conference is to analyse the transition in the 1990s, the subsequent consolidation of democracy and the nature of political authority in South Africa.  There will be six linked streams: the transition; the constitutional settlement and its legacy; new institutions and their recent history; democratic consolidation, the ANC and dominant-party rule; political opposition and popular protest; beneficiaries and those marginalised in post-apartheid South Africa.

It is a great honour to be associated with such a conference.

The purpose of the Conference is to analyse the transition in the 1990s, the subsequent consolidation of democracy and the nature of political authority in South Africa.  We envisage six linked streams: the transition; the constitutional settlement and its legacy; new institutions and their recent history; democratic consolidation, the ANC and dominant-party rule; political opposition and popular protest; beneficiaries and those marginalised in post-apartheid South Africa. - See more at: http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk/1994-2014-20-years-south-african-democracy#sthash.McRtH2MY.dpuf
The purpose of the Conference is to analyse the transition in the 1990s, the subsequent consolidation of democracy and the nature of political authority in South Africa.  We envisage six linked streams: the transition; the constitutional settlement and its legacy; new institutions and their recent history; democratic consolidation, the ANC and dominant-party rule; political opposition and popular protest; beneficiaries and those marginalised in post-apartheid South Africa. - See more at: http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk/1994-2014-20-years-south-african-democracy#sthash.McRtH2MY.dpuf
The purpose of the Conference is to analyse the transition in the 1990s, the subsequent consolidation of democracy and the nature of political authority in South Africa.  We envisage six linked streams: the transition; the constitutional settlement and its legacy; new institutions and their recent history; democratic consolidation, the ANC and dominant-party rule; political opposition and popular protest; beneficiaries and those marginalised in post-apartheid South Africa. - See more at: http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk/1994-2014-20-years-south-african-democracy#sthash.McRtH2MY.dpuf
The purpose of the Conference is to analyse the transition in the 1990s, the subsequent consolidation of democracy and the nature of political authority in South Africa.  We envisage six linked streams: the transition; the constitutional settlement and its legacy; new institutions and their recent history; democratic consolidation, the ANC and dominant-party rule; political opposition and popular protest; beneficiaries and those marginalised in post-apartheid South Africa. - See more at: http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk/1994-2014-20-years-south-african-democracy#sthash.McRtH2MY.dpuf
The purpose of the Conference is to analyse the transition in the 1990s, the subsequent consolidation of democracy and the nature of political authority in South Africa.  We envisage six linked streams: the transition; the constitutional settlement and its legacy; new institutions and their recent history; democratic consolidation, the ANC and dominant-party rule; political opposition and popular protest; beneficiaries and those marginalised in post-apartheid South Africa. - See more at: http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk/1994-2014-20-years-south-african-democracy#sthash.McRtH2MY.dpuf
The purpose of the Conference is to analyse the transition in the 1990s, the subsequent consolidation of democracy and the nature of political authority in South Africa.  We envisage six linked streams: the transition; the constitutional settlement and its legacy; new institutions and their recent history; democratic consolidation, the ANC and dominant-party rule; political opposition and popular protest; beneficiaries and those marginalised in post-apartheid South Africa. - See more at: http://www.africanstudies.ox.ac.uk/1994-2014-20-years-south-african-democracy#sthash.McRtH2MY.dpuf

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