Ass. Prof. Malcolm Keswell talked about “Youth Empowerment in Marginalized Communities” at a symposium on “Social Mobility and Inequality in South Africa”, co-hosted by the Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung South Africa Office.
Talking about the behavioral responses of youth in poor communities, Keswell said reduced depression in men has surprising consequence for trustworthiness. It leads women to be more trusting.
Download Dr. Keswell’s slide presentation (PDF). Listen to a podcast of this presentation. Scan the symposium’s programme (PDF).
Social Media Coverage
Marginalized neighbourhoods are poverty traps for the youth, Dr. Malcom Keswell says at @SALDRU1 & @FES_SouthAfrica Symposium on Social Mobility & Inequality today. pic.twitter.com/ZMAj87JYRW
— SALDRU (@SALDRU1) April 23, 2018
Prof Malcolm Keswell speaking on Communities and Youth says reduced depression of men has surprising consequence for trustworthiness: it leads women to be more trusting. @SALDRU1 #PovertyandInequality seminar @FES_SouthAfrica
— REDI (@REDI3x3) April 23, 2018