Decolonised research a priority for the Global South

What inspires a conversation about decolonized research? For some, it is an undertaking of overt engagement on the complexities of “re-imagining” the Global South, the myriad of experiences that shape peoples lives and the task of ‘re-thinking” our knowledge systems and how we relate to the world. For others, it is the challenge of exploring historically discarded

People-to-People engagement key ahead of the BRICS Summit

Notions of solidarity that were popular among developing countries in the 1960s and the 1970s have very little resonance in 21st century diplomacy, which is largely driven by commercial considerations. However, with the formation of BRICS, and its evolution from solely being an economic bloc to an interdisciplinary nation-to-nation exchange,

#MojaBRICSDialogue taking place on 20 July 2018

Johannesburg, 3 July 2018 – Moja Research Institute will be hosting the #MojaBRICSDialogue on the 20th July 2018 at Lilliesleaf, Rivonia. The event brings together a stellar panel of thought leaders, futurists and influencers from civil society, academia, think-tanks, government and business, and members of the diplomatic corps from BRICS member

NEWS : The BRICS Youth Seminar hosted by Moja Institute [BRICS JOURNAL]

The Moja Research Institute in partnership with the University of Western Cape (UWC) SRC hosted the BRICS Youth Seminar on the 22nd June 2018 at the Western Cape University. The event saw youth people from all walks of life come together to have an effective discussion around the participation of


Cape Town, South Africa, 12 June 2018 – Moja Research Institute in partnership with the University of the Western Cape (UWC) and the Student Representative Council will be hosting the inaugural BRICS Youth Seminar: Mandela Centenary on the 22nd June 2018 at UWC. Over the past 10 years, BRICS has proven to