The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), in its unique position as the only national science academy that is officially recognised by the South African government through the ASSAf Act (Act 67 of 2001), as amended, aims to provide evidence-based scientific advice on issues of public interest to government and other stakeholders. ASSAf regularly publishes its findings and recommendations and also acknowledges the achievements of South African scientists in order to develop the intellectual capacity of the nation and promote innovative scholarly thinking.
The Academy enjoys regular interaction and knowledge exchange with other national science academies throughout the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, the African continent, and the global scientific community.
PostedSeptember 28, 2017
7th Annual Young Scientists’ Conference on Human Rights SDG 16: Peace, Justice http://www.sayas.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/AYSC2016-Web-based-Report.pdf
Poverty Reduction Proceedings Report SDG 1: No Poverty https://www.assaf.org.za/files/2017%20reports/WEB%20AMASA%20Proceedings%20Report.pdf
Measuring Deprivation in order to Promote Human Development in South Africa SDG 1: No Poverty https://www.assaf.org.za/files/reports/ASSAF%20Poverty%20A5%20Web.pdf