The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), through its Integrity Namibia project, is organising a regional anti-corruption conference in Walvis Bay to mark International Anti-Corruption Day (IACD) 2022. The conference will take place at the Protea Hotel in central Walvis Bay on Thursday 8 December – a day before the global commemoration of IACD […]
A media release supported by Namibian civil society and international anti-corruption activists calling on,
A joint media release from the IPPR and Transparency International Iceland calling for suspects in both Iceland and Namibia to be held legally accountable for the Fishrot corruption scandal
Namibia has dropped down the latest Open Budget Survey rankings published by the International Budget Partnership (IBP)
The ACTION Coalition, of which IPPR is a member, has expressed concern about the excessive use of force by the Police against protestors that occurred in Windhoek on May 13 2022. The ACTION Coalition was formed in July 2012 when a number of like-minded organisations and activists decided to focus their resources (human and financial) […]
The IPPR launched a new anti-corruption project – Integrity Namibia – on 15 February 2022. The three-year project will encompass the creation of a national anti-corruption network among non-state actors, the publication of research papers on legal and policy issues, and the establishment of an online reporting platform for whistleblowers. For further details see the […]
The ACTION Coalition, of which IPPR is a member, has called for an end to the official silence on human rights abuses in Zimbabwe. In a media statement, the Coalition urges Namibian President Hage Geingob, SADC and the African Union to take action in favour of human rights.
Namibia has improved the transparency and availability of its budget information slightly but offers no formal opportunities for the public to give their views on budget allocations and the execution of spending plans.
An IPPR media release setting out eight practical steps President Geingob could take to reinforce “processes, systems and institutions” and demonstrate a real commitment to “zero tolerance for corruption”.
A summary of issues raised by the ACTION Coalition of Namibia pertaining to the credibility of the forthcoming National Assembly and Presidential elections – including topics such as joint military/police patrols, lack of information from parties and candidates, misuse of government resources, zero tolerance for corruption, the code of conduct for political parties, the electronic […]