Events - Foundation Office Namibia and Angola
There are currently no events planned.
Legal Education in Namibia
The topic of the February Jour Fixe is "Legal Education in Namibia". The debate prepares for a brainstorming retreat (5 - 7 March 2010) which will elaborate concrete recommendations for the restructuring of the legal education system in Namibia.
Basic Computer Skills
This workshop provides basic computer skills especially for (future) WAD members.
Training of Trainers Training
This workshop provides computer skills especially for "Women' s Action for Development" members.
The workshop provides skills in office administration especially for (future) WAD members to enlarge their job opportunities.
Elections 2009 in Namibia
The results and their relevance for democracy
The Electoral Commission of Namibia will announce the results of the Parliamentary and National Assembly Elections on 4 December 2009. Prof. Diescho will analyze and debate the results and their impact on democracy in Namibia with the participants.
The legal framework for the 2009 elections in Namibia
The regular expert meeting will focus today on the legal framework for the 2009 elections.
Contents of Different Laws
Civic Education Workshop
Knowledge about the contents law promotes the self-confidence of people and their independence.
Children's Rights in Namibia
The book analyses and reflects in 22 articles on the status and the development of the rights of children in Namibia.
Structures of Government - Civic Education
Grundkurs politische Bildung
The aim is to promote equal rights through the possibility of taking part in the democratic process. Knowledge of political structures & processes are the essential condition therefore. This is why WAD members will be trained in these topics.
34 Years of Independence in Angola
Any benefits for the majority of Angolans?
On the occasion of the 34 Anniversary of independence in Angola the former Chief Whip and current Spokes person of the UNITA party of Angola will discussed the question of the benefits for the majority of the Angolans today.