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.
Public entities operating outside of central government are struggling to meet their transparency compliance obligations, according to the IPPR’s Procurement Tracker bulletin
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 […]
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 guide to mitigating risk in the electoral cycle published by IPPR and HSF