South Africa

Partner institutions from South Africa are involved in four projects.

Teaching the Global Goals: Exploring synergies between teacher education programmes and the Sustainable Development Goals

P008_South Africa

University of Pretoria, University of Innsbruck, University of Vienna

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A Research of Doing

P017_South Africa

University of Applied Arts Vienna, University of Pretoria

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The PLUS-UP European-African university network for Sustainable innovation and Health

P023_South Africa Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, University of Pretoria

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Identity Work of Black African Female Employees and Managers in White Western Private Organizations in South Africa and Austria – Aspects of Gender Equality and Decolonization

P034_South Africa Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna), University of Pretoria

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Biosorbents for Sustainable Wastewater Treatment

P056_Eg_Gh_Ke_Moz_Ng_SA_Ug Johannes Kepler University of Linz, University of Development Studies, Maseno University, Universidade Zambeze, Redeemer’s University, University of Lagos, University of Pretoria, Gulu University, Kyambogo University, Nkumba University

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Sustainable Fertilisers from Fly ash

P058_Namibia_South Africa Danube University Krems, University of Pretoria, University of Namibia

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Financing for Sustainable Development – Taxation, Illicit Financial Flows and the Potential for New Technologies

P062_South Africa Vienna University of Economics and Business, University of Pretoria

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The impact of Covid-19 on neuropsychological functioning and latelife dementia risk: The role of inflammation and oxidative stress

P063_South Africa Cape Peninsula University of Technology, University of Vienna

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From South to North: Comparative Microbiomes of export Produce and Indigenous Foods. Wholesome Health through the Analysis of Microbiomes

P078_South Africa University of Pretoria, Graz University of Technology

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