April, 2022 New post:
 April, 2022 New blog post on the Bakeng se Afrika website:
March, 2022 Beatings, Bullets and Broken Bones:
March, 2022

News update:

2021, 8-10 September

BsA Virtual Interim Meeting III

Hosted by Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University and in line with the objectives of the Bakeng se Afrika project, this meeting  was aimed at reviewing the progress of individual aspects of the project and acquiring the necessary skills to develop and sustain further research and capacity building outputs.

1. Research, scanning and repository progress

2. Feedback contd., Business plan and Ethics

3. Outstanding matters

The meeting comprised workshops for students (both in person and online) and interested project management, partners contributions, and future challenges.

2021, 3 May Progress update
2021, 19 February  Presentation at the American Association of Forensic Anthropology (AAFS) virtual meeting: Bakeng Se Afrika and the Ethics of Digital Repositories of Human Remains. Ericka N. L’Abbe et al.


2020, 11-13 November  Bakeng se Afrika – Virtual Interim Meeting

The Bakeng se Afrika organized the Virtual Interim Meeting II. In a year marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, the project organized an entirely online meeting.

Divided in 3 topics:

1) Research, scanning and repository progress

2) Ethics and Business plan

4) Outstanding aspects

The meeting comprised workshop for students and interested project management, partners contributions, and future challenges

February, 2020 Introductory research workshops at Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University:
2019, 26-30 August A Data Science Workshop: R Fundamentals and Biostatistics
2019, 2-6 September Trauma Workshop



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