Impact of the crisis on education, schools and youth. Virtual Workshop: South Africa and the pandemic
In March, the South African government imposed one of the strictest lockdowns in the world. In attempting to curb the spread of COVID-19, policy makers around the world have the difficult task of balancing the positive health impacts of lockdowns against their economic costs, particularly the burden that lockdowns impose on low-income and food-insecure households.
Saturday Dec, 05th, 10 am - 1 pm (CET)
- Impact of the crisis on education, schools and youth. A South African Perspective - K. Pandey, DM Motsaosele Secondary school, Partner School Emalahleni, South Africa
- Impact of the crisis on education, schools and youth. A German Perspective Audience discussion and questions - Christian Zobel, Johannes-Kepler Gymnasium, Partner School Ibbenbüren, Germany
- Audience discussion and questions - Ressource person / Chat der Welten: B. J. Makhubela
The seminar will be held digitally and (only) in English. To register, please send an email to dieter.simon(at)welthaus.de. Starting times according to Central European Time (CET). After registration we will send you the invitation link for each workshop. We will use Zoom.
We do not charge a fee, but would appreciate a donation. https://www.welthaus.de/spenden/online-spenden