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‘Gender Refugees’ and the South African Asylum Regime – ‘There is no Queue for Gender Change’
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Seminar with B Camminga (Huma)   Date: Thursday, 25 August 2016 Title: ‘Gender Refugees’ and the South African Asylum Regime - ‘There is no Queue for Gender Change’ Time: 13h00   Abstract South Africa is unique on the African continent in relation to refugee regimes in that it is the only country that recognises and constitutionally protects transgender refugees/asylum seekers. In light of this, in recent years, it has seen a marked

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“Queer in Africa? The Cape Town Question” Programme
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The “Queer in Africa? The Cape Town Question” symposium will take place from Thursday 6th October till Saturday 8th October 2016 at the District Six Museum queer-in-africa-programme Queer in Africa? The Cape Town Question Programme 06-08 October 2016 Thursday 06 October 2016 Evening | District 6 Museum @ 18:00 Friday 07 October 2016 Daytime| District 6 Homecoming Centre @ 09:00 Evening | Zer021 Lounge, 46 Canterbury Street @ 19:00 Saturday 08

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“A city without history: architecture, politics and the making of the past in Luanda (Angola)”
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A seminar by Antonio Tomas (African Centre for Cities, UCT) “A city without history: architecture, politics and the making of the past in Luanda (Angola)” When: Thursday, 7 August 2014 Time: 13h00 – 14h30 Venue: HUMA Seminar Room, 4th Floor, Humanities Building, University Avenue, Upper Campus, UCT   Bio Antonio Tomas received his doctoral degree in Anthropology from Columbia University, in New York. He is the author of a study on the African

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