A paper launched on October 13 in Pretoria uses the International Futures (IFs) model to explore the effects on human development if Africa achieves health-related targets by 2030.
A new paper published today by the African Futures Project uses the International Futures model to forecast the possibility of Africa reaching targets 6.1 and 6.2 of the Sustainable Development Goals: universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
A new report from the Pardee Center for International Futures is helping shape South Africa’s national response to a burgeoning water crisis. Parched Prospects II, authored by the Pardee Center’s Research System Developer Steve Hedden (M.A.
Frederick S. Pardee Center Associate Director Jonathan Moyer recently traveled to Pretoria, South Africa, to participate in a series of events with the Institute for Security Studies (ISS).
Last week, anyone paying attention to international news likely saw headlines very similar to this one from The Economist: “H
Be on the lookout for our latest African Futures Project brief, coming later this month, analyzing human development in South Africa’s Western Cape. The report will use UN’s Human Development Index as a measure of future development in the province.
We are pleased to welcome Jakkie Cilliers, executive director of the Institute for Security Studies in Pretoria, South Africa, who will join us at the Frederick S. Pardee Center in Denver for the months of March and April as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar.
On April 11, Jakkie Cilliers, founder and executive director of the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), will speak to students at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies on Africa’s security future.