Date: 4 June 2020
Time: 10:30 – 13:00
Livestream via Zoom https://zoom.us/j/99317357777?pwd=c1I1ZTdZSU5HcCtScTJNM2JacVo1dz09
This webinar addresses some of the main findings of the online multilingual Covid-19 Democracy Survey conducted by researchers from the University of Johannesburg’s Centre for Social Change (CSC) and the Human Sciences Research Council’s Developmental, Capable and Ethical State division (DCES). Phase 1 of the survey covers the days from 13-18 April, Phase 2 from 18-27 April, and Phase 3 from 27 April to 13 May 2020.
Members of the research team will be sharing insights on class, mental health and human rights gained from the survey, which is a valuable contribution to the COVID-19 research effort from a social science and humanities perspective.
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Prof Carin Runciman, UJ
Prof Crain Soudien, CEO of HSRC
The role of social sciences and humanities in COVID-19 research
Context and methodology
Prof Mark Orkin, Associate Research Fellow, Centre for Social Change, UJ
Prof Kate Alexander, Chair of Social Change, UJ
Class, schools and masks: What the data is telling us
Dr Benjamin Roberts, Research Director, HSRC
Not in the mood: How lockdown has affected the mental health of South Africans
Prof Narnia Bohler-Muller, Divisional Director, HSRC
The Paradox of human rights in a Pandemic
Dr Yul Derek Davids, Research Director, HSRC
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