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WAD Review 2012


Women continue to be affected more and more by conditions of poverty because poverty is linked to women’s inequality in society. Women make up the majority in terms of unemployment, and are treated unfairly by society as well as in their home environments. Women bear almost all responsibility for meeting basic needs of the family, yet they are systematically denied the resources they need to fulfil this responsibility. [...] Studies show that when women are supported andempowered, the entire society benefits. more…

December 13, 2012

The SADC Tribunal – exclusive access?


On 3rd of October 2012, the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation organized a public lecture at the NamPower Convention Centre in Windhoek. The topic of the evening were the current problematic issues surrounding the Tribunal of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the specific question “The SADC Tribunal – exclusive access?”. more…

Event Reports | December 13, 2012

Who is a Namibian

Report on a series of public debates

22 years after independence Namibia is still on the way to find its national identity. In a series of public debates KAS Namibia and FFF engaged well known speaker and scientist Prof Joe Diescho and various guest speakers to provoke thoughts on how to further develop the path towards a united nation. more…

Event Reports | April 2, 2012

Global Climate Change Impacts in Namibia

Climate Change - Is it real?

On Monday, the 13th of February, 2012 the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) Namibia organized together with the Namibian chamber of commerce and industry (NCCI) a public lecture on the Impacts of Global Climate Change to the Namibian economy and society. Different parts of the society as well as Parliament Members and business leaders were invited to listen to three different presentations and to discuss with the panelists and the audience. more…

Bastian Köhler | Event Reports | February 28, 2012

Namibia Law Journal


The Namibia Law Journal (NLJ) is a joint project of the Supreme Court of Namibia, the Law Society of Namibia and the University of Namibia. The publication of a national law journal as a forum for legal practitioners and academics to comment on and discuss issues of legal importance is an indispensable tool for the development of law and the maintanance of the rule of law in Namibia. more…

Dennis Zaire | January 31, 2012