Judge Edwin Cameron

Chancellor: Stellenbosch University Edwin Cameron (born 15 February 1953 in Pretoria) is a retired judge who served as a Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. He is well known for his HIV/AIDS and gay-rights activism and was hailed by Nelson Mandela as “one of South Africa’s new heroes”. President Ramaphosa appointed him as Inspecting Judge of Correctional Services from January […]

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Professor Amina Mama

Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies University of California, Davis, USA Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies, University of Ghana Known as a transdisciplinary feminist, rooted in transnational and intersectional analytics, Prof Amina Mama currently holds the 4th Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies at the University of Ghana, together with her position at the University of

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Professor Philomena Essed

Professor of Critical Race, Gender, and Leadership Studies Antioch University’s Graduate School of Leadership and Change, Ohio, USA Philomena Essed is a professor of Critical Race, Gender, and Leadership Studies at Antioch University’s Graduate School of Leadership and Change and an affiliated researcher for Utrecht University’s Graduate Gender program. She holds a PhD from the University

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Professor Dorrit Posel

School of Economics and Finance, Feminist Economist Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg, SA Dorrit (Dori) Posel specialises in applied micro-economic research, exploring the interface between households and labour markets. Dori is an elected member of the Academy of Sciences of South Africa, a fellow of the Centre of Excellence in Human Development, and an associate editor of

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Professor Kopano Ratele

Professor of PsychologyStellenbosch University, South Africa Professor Ratele is a South African psychologist and men and masculinities studies scholar. His work revolves around two nodes: critical men and masculinity studies on one hand, and critical and cultural African psychological studies on the other. Much of his thinking, writing, research, and public engagement activities directly or

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