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ISS Weekly Issue 217, 2016
16 June 2016
ISS Weekly
16 June 2016
 
SACU
TALKING POINT
All's not fair in proposed SACU reforms
by Peter Fabricius

This weekend, the Southern African Customs Union will try to decide on a new roadmap for this critical body.

South Africa has specific reforms in mind, but what’s in it for the other members?
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ISS Spotlight
 
Early warning
Better early warning to prevent conflict
Expert ISS training enables African practitioners to help close the gap between early warning and action to prevent conflict.
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Press release
 
Crime stats
ISS welcomes government decision to provide regular crime statistics
Better information released more often means police and communities can fight crime effectively, says the ISS.
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ISS Today
 
Youth
Cry, the beloved youth
by Lauren Tracey
16 June 1976 was a turning point in the history of South Africa. Today, 40 years later, it is time for the youth to rise again.
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Protest
You only listen when I'm violent
by Lizette Lancaster and Godfrey Mulaudzi
For desperate communities in South Africa, violence often seems like the only way to have their demands taken seriously.
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Nigeria
Nigeria's child terror suspects: no easy answers
by Clifford Osagie and Uyo Salifu
Nigeria's criminal justice system faces complex legal, ethical and practical dilemmas when children are implicated in terrorism-related offences.
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Violence
Male victims of sexual violence: war's silent sufferers
by Allan Ngari
Stigma, shame and destroyed livelihoods are the repercussions of sexual violence against boys and men in conflict situations.
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Events
 
South Africa
Violence, economics and the future of the ANC
21 June 2016, Pretoria
This seminar presents the ISS' latest futures analysis on economics, politics and instability in South Africa up to 2024.
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WASH
WASH for Africa in 15 years?
28 June 2016, Pretoria
What can be done to reverse the likelihood that Africa fails to achieve this development goal?
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Tendrepreuner
Tackling South Africa's Tendrepreneurs
28 June 2016, Cape Town
Has the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer managed to clamp down on corruption relating to government tenders?
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