ISS Today: South Africa’s
Zimbabwe dilemma

As Zimbabwe’s economic and political
situation teeters on the verge of chaos,
SA takes a disjointed approach.

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Seminar: After School Game Changer –
lessons for violence prevention

Finding innovative ways to reduce
risky and violent behaviour among
young people is essential.

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Seminar: 2019 elections – South Africa’s
most crucial contest yet?

Is the ANC an obstacle to rebuilding
the country, and could opposition
parties step up?

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Seminar: Time for major
reform of the ICC?

How could the functioning of the court
be improved, and what position
should South Africa take?

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Seminar: Will violence disrupt
South Africa’s elections?

Many frustrated South Africans may
prefer protests to voting on 8 May.

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Publication: Western Cape After
School Game Changer – A violence
prevention intervention?

The initiative has political support,
is adequately resourced and run by a
skilled team mandated to experiment.

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Publication: Cooperation with the ICC –
what the Security Council and ASP must do

Sanctions and explicit mandates to UN peacekeeping
missions could improve working relations
between states and the court.

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Publication: Shared value – how
business can support children
and prevent violence

Intervening in the first three years
of life is cost effective, with greater
returns on social investment.

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Weekly briefing: Fanning the heroin
flame in South Africa

Heroin smuggling down Africa's east coast is
building a national crisis in the domestic market.

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