Public Trust In Parliament In Decline
Public perceptions of the Namibian Parliament continue to trend towards the negative – reflecting a broader decline in trust in political and government institutions over the years.
Data Protection Bill: Not Fit For Purpose
This review of the proposed Data Protection Bill for Namibia argues that the draft law requires further development to ensure that it meets the requirements of a contemporary data protection framework. The sections on the independence of the Supervisory Authority need to be reconsidered and substantially redrafted, and sections concerning offences, penalties, and administrative penalties […]
Tackling Cybersecurity/Crime in Namibia
The proposed cybercrimes bill could threaten human rights – a better approach is needed
Welcome to the Democracy Report Blog!
For a few years now, IPPR has worked on a project called Democracy Report that focuses on the work of Parliament, analysing the bills that are in front of the house and explaining them to Namibians. This year the project enters a new phase, and so changes are coming to how we do things. Of course, […]