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HSRC to current the findings of the municipal officers’ abilities and capability research

CATEGORY: Basic
DATE: 17 November 2021
AUTHOR: Written by Lebogang Setlhabane

Human Sciences Analysis Council

Pretoria, Wednesday 17 November 2021 – The Human Sciences Analysis Council (HSRC) invitations members of the media to affix a webinar presenting the findings of the Public Officers Expertise and Capability research on Thursday, 18 November 2021 at 10h00.

The central purpose of the research, carried out between 2019 and 2021, was to evaluate the capability and abilities of officers in eight municipalities throughout 4 provinces, to realize a greater understanding of their capability constraints and their assist necessities.

The webinar can also be meant as a platform to mirror on the findings and to debate additional suggestions for coverage and follow.

The research was supported by the Open Society Basis (OSF) and carried out by the Growth, Succesful and Moral State (DCES) analysis division of the HSRC.

Particulars of the occasion:

Date: 18 November 2021

Time: 10h00 – 12h00

Venue/Hyperlink: https://zoom.us/j/99930827208?pwd=VUFLOHRDTkdYcU1ES04xOUZvRWR1dz09

For media interviews, please contact: Adziliwi Nematandani, Contact numbers: 0827659191 or E-mail: anematandani@hsrc.ac.za

To obtain the fpresentations please click on on the hyperlinks under:

Concerning the Human Sciences Analysis Council (HSRC)

The HSRC was established in 1968 as South Africa’s statutory analysis company and has grown to change into the biggest devoted analysis institute within the social sciences and humanities on the African continent, doing cutting-edge public analysis in areas which can be essential to improvement. Our mandate is to tell the efficient formulation and monitoring of presidency coverage; to guage coverage implementation; to stimulate public debate via the efficient dissemination of research-based information and fact-based analysis outcomes; to foster analysis collaboration; and to assist construct analysis capability and infrastructure for the human sciences.

The Council conducts large-scale, policy-relevant, social-scientific analysis for public sector customers, non-governmental organizations, and worldwide improvement businesses. Analysis actions and constructions are intently aligned with South Africa’s nationwide improvement priorities.

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