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8th February 2018 Following five days of hearings the five-member panel of the first Peoples’ Tribunal on Economic Crime released their preliminary findings last... →
The Hidden Cost of Jewelry – Human Rights in Supply Chains and the Responsibility of Jewelry Companies
8th February 2018 Jewelry and watches denote wealth and status, as well as artistry, beauty, and love. Gold and diamond jewelry in particular are frequently... →
8th February 2018 The Brenthurst Foundation is proud to present our second discussion paper of 2018, ‘From Confrontation to Partnership: Realising Africa’s Mining... →
5th February 2018 This year in Davos, at the World Economic Forum's 48th Annual Meeting, we gathered some of the world's youth and social entrepreneurs who are... →
2nd February 2018 We have great pleasure in publishing our first working paper: A Wealth Tax for South Africa, by Professor Emeritus Sampie Terreblanche. It was... →
The Digital Arab World: Understanding and embracing regional changes in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
2nd February 2018 The increasing convergence and affordability of digital, biological and physical technologies will dramatically affect how the Arab world produces,... →
1st February 2018 Between 1-3 December 2017, The Brenthurst Foundation, in partnership with the British Peace Support Team (Pretoria, South Africa), the Africa... →
1st February 2018 Refugees in the UK often find themselves separated from their families by their brutal experiences of conflict and persecution, just at the time... →