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Lions eat men suspected of poaching rhinos. Some saw "karma"
Thu, 26 Jul 2018 - 13:30

Dr Annette Hübschle was interviewed by a New York Times reporter after lions killed and ate suspected rhino poachers at a private game reserve in the Eastern Cape.

Insaka Symposium: Sustaining the ecosystem service benefits from green and ecological infrastructure
Wed, 25 Jul 2018 - 13:30

Annette Hübschle presented the preliminary findings of her research on communities and conservation at the Insaka International Symposium held at the Mopani Rest Camp in Kruger National Park from 11 to 14 June 2018.

Contested illegalities: Tracking il(legality) of contested collectibles from the source to the market
Wed, 25 Jul 2018 - 06:00

Annette Hübschle, postdoctoral researcher at the GRG, was awarded a Newton Mobility Flexibility Grant for the project “Contested illegalities: Tracking il(legality) of contested collectibles from the source to the market”.

Power, Profit and Sport
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 - 10:30

Based on research on the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Dr. Sophie Nakueira, GRG research fellow,  asks what the legacy of the Russian World Cup will be?

Environmental and Economic Sustainability in the Development Sector
Mon, 16 Jul 2018 - 13:30

Dr Nick Simpson is working with Tearfund, an international NGO, to review and systematically explore academic and development practice literatures relating to environmental and economic sustainability.

GRG Research Assistant scores Yale Fellowship
Mon, 09 Jul 2018 - 20:00

GRG Research Assistant, Elkanah Babatunde, has been awarded a Yale-Fox Fellowship as part of his PhD research. Opportunity doesn’t always come a-knocking, sometimes you have to set out in search of it yourself. This is what Elkanah Babatunde, who is currently pursuing his PhD in the UCT Faculty of Law, recently learned when an application completed in the nick of time landed him the illustrious Yale Fox International Fellowship.

Interview with the South African Crime Quarterly
Mon, 09 Apr 2018 - 12:15

The South African Crime Quarterly (SACQ) interviewed GRG postdoctoral fellow, Nicholas Simpson on the water crisis in Cape Town. In this article, Nick discusses the water crisis and its impact on questions of vulnerability, risk and security and how the emerging GRG research agenda is approaching these critical issues.

Hot off the Press: Criminology and the Anthropocene
Mon, 22 Jan 2018 - 10:00

Criminology and the Anthropocene is a newly published book edited by Cameron Holley and Clifford Shearing, both of the Global Risk Governance programme. This book contains eight chapters by eminent scholars and is published by Routledge Publishers. It explores a variety of key intractable problems of the Anthropocene, including climate change and overexploitation of natural resources that cause environmental insecurities; crime and corruption; related human insecurity and fortressed spaces; and the rise of new risks and social harms. 

Review of 'Security in the Anthropocene Reflections on Safety and Care'
Mon, 15 Jan 2018 - 10:30

'Security in the Anthropocene Reflections on Safety and Care' by Cameron Harington and Clifford Shearing, both of the Global Risk Governance programme, was recently reviewed  by Simon Dalby (Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University) and can be found on the website of The Academic Council on the United Nations System:  https://acuns.org/review-of-security-in-the-anthropocene-reflections-on-safety-and-care/.

Op-ed on Climate Change
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 - 11:15

Emma Lacavalier, a research fellow in the Global Risk Governance Programme, in an article in The Conversation, examines how America's cities and states have taken up the challenge of  fighting climate change globally. Since the Trump administration announced last June its intended withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, attention — and hope — has turned to America’s cities and states.

Reflection on the BEEP Mentorship Programme for 2017
Wed, 22 Nov 2017 - 11:00

On the 20th October, Forty Beyond Expectation Environmental Project (BEEP) mentors gathered at the UCT Law Faculty to reflect on their year as mentors. A report of the day's reflection can be found here >>>.

Crime, Law and Social Change: Special Issue
Mon, 09 Oct 2017 - 09:45

Crime Law and Social Change. Special Issue edited by Emma Lecavalier, Cameron Harrington and Clifford Shearing.  Lessons of the Anthropocene: Entanglements and Security.

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