Judy-Ann Cilliers

Communications Manager & Researcher, MathMoms Political philosopher, researcher, and communications manager at MathMoms, South Africa.

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MathMoms is a women's initiative in Cape Town, South Africa, that builds confident communities on maths empowered child at a time. Through creating opportunities for women in vulnerable communities and fostering intergenerational relationships, we nurture a sense of belonging and purpose in communities affected by gangsterism and multidimensional poverty. My doctorate research focused on xenophobia and xenophobic violence as a response to apprehensions of belonging, and I am able to take my research on the question of belonging further - in a practical way - through my involvement at MathMoms. I am also an ad hoc lecturer at Stellenbosch University's philosophy department and a freelance editor.

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Talks

Criminal gangs

01 December 2021, 07:00 PM
Amir Rostami Paul Friedberg Lin van Schalkwyk Andrew Miller Judy-Ann Cilliers

The Stories Within: Encounters with South African prisons and its people

02 December 2021, 05:30 AM
Sigrid Raets Lin van Schalkwyk Nanine Steenkamp Judy-Ann Cilliers

Transforming trauma as preventative strategy: Trauma-informed approaches to nurturing resilience against organised crime in at-risk youth

13 October 2022, 08:30 PM
Judy-Ann Cilliers Barbara Collier Agatha Lebethe Dorcas Ettang