Public Webinar: Learning from Kerala’s Covid-19 response

Discussion with Dr T. M. Thomas Isaac (Minister of Finance, Kerala Government)

Public Webinar: The worsening food crisis: Exploring possibilities for partnership between Government, the Solidarity Fund and progressive civil society

Panel: Anokhi Parikh (Solidarity Fund), Dorah Marema (GenderCC – Southern Africa), Tim Abaa (Ubuntu Project), Desmond D’Sa (SDCEA) and Mervyn Abrahams (PMBEJD)

Public Webinar: Unpacking the Covid-19 Stimulus Package

Panel: Busi Sibeko (IEJ), Michael Sachs (Wits, SCIS) and Duma Gqubule (CEDT)

Webinar recording: Advancing food sovereignty pathways: How subsistence fishers, community gardens, small-scale farmers and community feeding schemes can feed our communities

Panel: Magda Campbell (Beacon Organic Garden), John Nzira (Ukuvuna Harvests), Desmond D’Sa (SDCEA) and Jane Cherry (COPAC)

Webinar Recording: Where is our water, Minister Sisulu? #WaterForAll to confront Covid-19

Panel: Chriszanne Janse Van Vuuren (SCLC), Nosintu Mcimeli (Abanebhongo Persons with Disabilities), Davine Cloete (WCFSSF), Ferrial Adam (COPAC) and Caroline Ntaopane (WoMin)

Webinar recording: #BIGNow: Covid-19, Unemployment and a Basic Income Grant

Panel: Rosheda Muller (SAITA), Ayanda Kota (UPM), Dominic Brown (AIDC), Marcus Solomon (CRC), Duma Gqubule (CEDT) and Isobel Frye (SPII)

Webinar Recording: Covid-19 and food crises: Solidarity buying, pantries and grassroots supply networks

Panel: Dorah Marema (GenderCC Southern Africa), Tatjana von Bormann (WWF), Susanna Coleman (PHA Campaign)

Democratic Marxism Volume 2 Workshop

Contributors to the second volume in the series presented their chapters for review and discussion from the 15th to 16th August 2014

Food Sovereignty Campaign Assembly

The Assembly took place in Johannesburg on 28 February-1March 2015 to deliberate on and launch a programme of action of the South African Food Sovereignty Campaign. Over 50 organisations were present, and a Declaration was issued which set out the intentions of the campaign.

Solidarity Economy Movement (SEM) Assembly, 4-5 December 2014

After an intense activist school on worker cooperatives, activists of the SEM deliberated at an annual Assembly, which planned the future direction and activities of the SEM in order to consolidate the movement in South Africa. Exciting times lie ahead!