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Inner city revival & walkable network in the press
Inner city revival & walkable network in the press

The Walkable Network is an initiative of the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership (JICP), aimed at improving walkability along streets and in other public places through pedestrianisation, public art, street furniture, lighting, landscaping, signs, safety and cleanliness interventions through partnerships with public, private and civil society stakeholders from the property, design, security, waste management, academic and food production sectors.

SEF Partner Presentation: Clean City SA
SEF Partner Presentation: Clean City SA

Established in February 2020, Clean City SA is an award-winning community based NPC which advocates for environmental justice. Clean City SA promotes the implementation of the circular economy in South Africa, through waste reduction, re-use, and recycling as the preferred waste management options. The SEF Programme is a major project at Clean City SA.

SEF Partner Presentation: MES
SEF Partner Presentation: MES

MES focuses on 5 groups: pre-schoolers, learners, school-leaving youth, youth & adults at risk and families at risk. Through SEF, MES is able to provide over 100 work opportunities across Johannesburg.

SEF Partner Presentation: Lit District
SEF Partner Presentation: Lit District

Each month, partners present on the work they are doing as part of the JICP’s SEF project. The Lit District is a collective project that aims to showcase the district’s culture. Centred around the city’s main library, the area is home to an abundance of booksellers, places of interest and historic landmarks. The SEF Programme […]

The Place Man documentary
The Place Man documentary

The Place Man (2024) is a documentary produced and directed by Guillermo Bernal that explores the roots of the placemaking movement through the life of Fred Kent.

Knowledge sharing with the World Bank & Government of Ethiopia
Knowledge sharing with the World Bank & Government of Ethiopia

The World Bank hosted a delegation from the Government of Ethiopia’s Urban Productive Employment and Jobs Program. The delegates spent three days in Johannesburg visiting organisations that facilitate public employment, with specific interest in the technology developed for these employment programmes. The focus on day three was the Presidential Employment Stimulus which has created 1 […]

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