Members of the Theme on the Environment, Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment (TEMTI) will be participating in the Winter School on Economic Justice organized by the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA). Masego Madzwamuse, the Economic Justice Programme manager (and also a member of CEESP's SC) is responsible for the entire project.
Alejandro Nadal, chair of TEMTI, is in charge of the overall coordination of the programme as well as for the structure and framing of the course outline. In addition to his participation, TEMTI members Godfrey Kanyendze (Zimbabwe), Herbert Jauch (Namibia), Patrick Bond (South Africa) and Aseem Shrivastava (India) will be taking a very active part in the programme. The Winter School on Economic Justice runs for two weeks and will be hosted by the Centre for Civil Society of the Kwa-Zulu Natal University in Durban for the period July 15-27.
The programme includes issues on macroeconomics and sector level policies, gender and sustainability, agricultural policies and conservation, mining and extractivism, new land issues, climate change, biodiversity and genetic resources, as well as a thorough discussion on alternatives for development.