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Youth Participation in Democracy

Bringing Democracy closer to the public

KAS had an interactive information stand at Namibia University of Science Technology demystifying good governance and civic education to present & future custodians of Democracy.

Handover of the Constitution of Namibia in Braille with Namibian Federation of the Visually Impaired

KAS Namibia emphasizes the importance of Access to Information for all including persons with disabilities by turning the approach of Inclusivity into action.
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Between Hype, hope and tangible changes

By implementing its plans for becoming a leading producer of green hydrogen, Namibia has the potential to kickstart its economy, create jobs nad help fight climate change.
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Voters Education

Towards Namibias next Presidential Election 2024. Aiming to educate Nambians about their rights to vote, how to paticipate in Election and to understand why it's important to vote.
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Socio Economic Opportunities of Hydrogen for the SADC Region

The conference enabled an open platform for dialogues on climate change and socio-economic opportunities related the development of green hydrogen in the Southern African region.

Insights of Women in Namibia's Workforce a Public Debate.

"Education is the most powerfull weapon to change the world"(Nelson Mandela), public debate joined by Hon. Y. Dausab, Minister of Justice, brought up realities in women's workplace
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KAS helps to consolidate the democratic constitution and the political and socio-economic participation of citizens, esp. women in Namibia through socio-political and educational programs. Similar activities are conducted from Windhoek for Angola. A focal point of the work of KAS is the analysis of regional integration in Southern Africa.

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2020/2021 National Budget Tabled in Parliament
National Budget Debate
Finance Minister, Iipumbu Shiimi tabled the National Budget in Parliament today, 27 May 2020, with a projected expenditure of N$72.8 billion.

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