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Data Deficits Undermine Governance & Oversight

Get ready for the launch of our first Procurement Tracker of the year next Wednesday! We’ll dive into the pressing issues of data deficits, explore the realm of open contracting, and uncover how the ATI law intertwines with public procurement. Don’t miss out—RSVP now at

Regional Anti-Corruption Conference – 7 May 2024

The IPPR’s third regional Integrity Namibia conference will take place on Tuesday 7 May at Luderitz in the Kharas region. Among the issues under discussion will be how to prevent corruption the in oil & gas and green hydrogen sectors. Register now to book your place at the Luderitz Waterfront Conference Centre. Email to […]

Extractive Industry Transparency Webinar

With Namibia’s oil & gas finds, expanding mining activities and green hydrogen on the horizon, there has never been a greater need for transparency in the extractives sector. Register for our webinar happening on Wednesday 3 April 10h00 to 12h00 to find out more. Email for online link

Regional Anti-Corruption Conference

Thursday December 8 2022 Venue: Protea Hotel by Marriott, Cnr of Sam Nujoma Ave. & 10th Rd. Walvis Bay Time: 09h00 – 16h30 Register by sending an email to before December 7 2022

Strengthening Democracy Conference

Register for our day conference on the state of democracy in Namibia. At the Safari Court Hotel & Conference Centre on Wednesday June 22 from 09h00 – 17h00. Contact Ndeshi at to reserve your place and for further details.

Open Budget Survey – Launch of Namibian Results

Transparency, participation, and accountability in the budget process lead to lower corruption, more revenue, and better government services. Join us for the launch of the Open Budget Survey results for Namibia on Wednesday 1 June 2022. RSVP –

Namibia’s Tourism Industry – Post-COVID Bounceback? Gradual Recovery? Transformation?

Join us for the launch of a briefing paper that looks at Namibia’s tourism industry in the context of the damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic – what is possible – a post-pandemic bounceback, a gradual recovery, or a transformation of the industry? Presentation by the report author Dietrich Remmert. Email: to confirm attendance. […]

Cybercrime Laws & The Internet In Africa

Join us for this webinar on Tuesday 29 March from 10h00 to 12h00. Speakers: Dr Allen Munoriyarwa (University of Johannesburg) on Cybersecurity Legislation in Southern Africa and Mr. Paul Kimumwe (Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa) on The Impact of Cybercrime Laws on Internet Rights in Africa. Email: for more […]

Whistleblower Protection in Namibia

A halfday workshop on March 24 at the House of Democracy. Programme will run from 09h00 to 12h00. Please RSVP to Ndeshi at

Launch of the Civil Society Sustainability Report for Namibia

On Tuesday November 30 from 10h00 to 11h00 we will be launching the Civil Society Sustainability Report for Namibia – which looks at how Namibia’s civil society performed across seven dimensions – Legal Environment, Financial Viability, Organisational Capacity, Sectoral Infrastructure, Service Provision, Advocacy, and Public Image in 2020. The launch event will take place at […]