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EVENT: SARUA to launch regional curriculum on climate change

Join SARUA for the launch of the southern African curriculum on climate change and sustainability, supported by CDKN on 1 December.
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Climate change curriculum – one step closer to harmonisation

While the potential of regional cooperation to develop and strengthen Africa’s higher education sector has long been recognised on paper, progress towards its actualisation has been slow. Against this backdrop, the introduction next year of a Southern Africa masters curriculum in climate change and development represents an important test case for future academic harmonisation.
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FEATURE: Lessons learned from developing a climate master’s programme

How did 23 academics from six universities across five countries develop a master’s curriculum in climate change within twelve months? We look at the lessons learned from this ambitious task.
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OPINION: How a master’s degree could contribute to climate change policy

Academia has a key role to play in promoting a sustainable society, argues Piyushi Kotecha, CEO of the Southern African Regional Universities Association. In this opinion piece, she explains why the universities’ consortium is developing a master’s degree in climate change, supported by CDKN.
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PROJECT: Embedding climate change into university curriculum in southern Africa

This CDKN project worked with universities in southern Africa to strengthen their contributions to addressing climate change in the region.
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