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Date: 19 August, 2020
Time:13:00 – 15:00
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Livestream via Zoom
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What’s Trust Got to Do With It?
UJ-HSRC Covid-19 Democracy Survey Round 2 Public Launch
This webinar addresses some of the main new 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).
Round 1 of the survey covered the early hard lockdown period and early part of level 4 between 13 April to 13 May 2020. During the webinar, the first presentation of follow-up findings from Round 2 of the survey will be presented, looking at patterns of change among South Africans from a social sciences and humanities perspective.
Prof Dumisani Moyo, Vice Dean: Teaching and Learning, UJ
Dr Yul Derek Davids, DCES HSRC
Prof. Kate Alexander, Chair of Social Change, UJ
Masks, Schools and Social Dynamics
Prof. Narnia Bohler-Muller, and Dr Ben Roberts, DCES HSRC
A growing trust divide: Confidence in government’s Covid-19 leadership and policy choices
Kelebogile Afrika, UJ, and Ngqapheli Mchunu, HSRC
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This seminar is livestream via Zoom : https://zoom.us/j/97216580342?pwd=c1Vnb3h4a1l6b3puMnEzNm15dnhHUT09