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In order to further strengthen civil society in Namibia and support the interaction between government and civil society, the NID compiled this guide to provide an overview of the mandate of NGOs and CSOs in Namibia, together with contact details and…

A review of the progress made by the decentralization policy and of Regional Council’s track records.1. Introduction 2. Historical context 3. The implementation phase 3.1 Progress since 2000 3.2 Impediments in the way 4. Political considerations 5.…

1 Introduction 2 The area around the Waterberg in Herero oral tradition 3 The “oral character” of the Waterberg area 4 Interpretation 4.1 The mountain itself: Fauna, flora and natural resources 4.2 The surrounding landscape: Wells and settlements…

An examination of economic issues that are generally omitted by political party manifestos.1 Introduction 2 Size of government and fiscal policy 3 Government ownership in economy 4 Labour, poverty and welfare 5 Trade and economic integration 6…

Based on questionnaires that constitute the basis of in-depth interviews with party representatives.1 Introduction 2 Methodology 3 Section 1 of the questionnaire: Government 3.1 Decentralisation 3.2 Government efficiency 3.3 Government corruption 3.4…

Legal opinion on the expropriation of commercial farmland, focusing on the terms ‘national interest’ and ‘just compensation’.1 Introduction 2 The right to property (Article 16 (1) of the Namibian Constitution) 3 Expropriation for public…

A selection of views on and analyses of land reform and the land issue in Namibia.Edited Volume by Justine Hunter of the NID.ContributionsWillie Breytenbach Ben Fuller Colleen Muchinarwo Gwari Oliver Horsthemke Justine Hunter Uazuva Kaumbi Willem…

This publication forms part of the series The Justice Sector and the Rule of Law in Namibia, which is jointly published by the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) and the Human Rights and Documentation Centre (HRDC), which is based in the Faculty…

This publication forms part of the series The Justice Sector and the Rule of Law in Namibia, which is jointly published by the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) and the Human Rights and Documentation Centre (HRDC), which is based in the Faculty…

This publication forms part of the series The Justice Sector and the Rule of Law in Namibia, which is jointly published by the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) and the Human Rights and Documentation Centre (HRDC), which is based in the Faculty…

Namibia’s Constitution is a remarkable achievement. It was put together by 72 elected members of the Constituent Assembly in just 80 days in late 1989 and early 1990. Many of these Assembly members had been sworn enemies up until the Namibian…
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