A summary of the main findings and recommendations of the IPPR research report, Keep Your Eyes On The Money: Public Fiscal Management & Oversight in Namibia – The Need for Public Participation & Reform
The IPPR contributed a chapter to the new report ‘The Struggle for the Realisation of the Right to Freedom of Expression in Southern Africa’. The chapter focuses on impediments to freedom of expression in the Communications Act, the Protection of Information Act, and the Prevention and Combating of Terrorist and Proliferation Activities Act. The report […]
This short paper was prepared by the IPPR for the CSO Sustainability Index (2018) – covering issues facing Namibian civil society across seven dimensions: Legal Environment, Organisational Capacity, Financial Viability, Advocacy, Service Provision, Sectoral Infrastructure, and Public Image. The report is based on the comments and scores of a panel of civil society experts combined […]
This new briefing paper seeks to understand the relationship between Namibia and China – by looking at areas such as trade, investment, debt, the extractives sector, SME activity, construction projects, and other bilateral issues.
This short brief on the state of civil society in Namibia is part of a global report based on the CSO Sustainability Index for 2017. The report, which was compiled by the IPPR following a period of research and a panel of experts discussion, examines the state of civil society across seven dimensions. These are […]
Is it feasible to add value to Namibia’s extracted Minerals?
An Interview with Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah,Minister for Women Affairs and Child Welfare.
An interview with Nangolo Mbumba,Minister of Finance
An interview with Dr Nickey Iyambo,Minister of Regional and Local Government and Housing
A interview with Lazarus Ipangelwa,Deputy Governor of the Bank of Namibia