Events - Foundation Office South Africa
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Making Democracy Work in Africa
The aim of the Dialogue will be to understand the future possibilities of democracy in Africa now thatmultiparty elections have become common across the continent. The event is co-organised by the Brenthurst Foundation and KAS.
Centre for Unity in Diversity: Roundtable Discussion
The role of law in constituting a contemporary South African Identity
Join us for a discussion hosted by the Centre for Unity in Diversity (CUD), supported by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS). The topic will look at the role of law in constituting a contemporary South African identity.
Experiences, Insights and Possibilities from Africa and Europe
What can South Africa learn from other countries' experiences regarding the building and maintaining of political coalitions? Join our partner Democracy Development Program (DDP) on July 10, as they elaborate on this very question.
Property Rights for all South Africans
THE ROLE THAT LAND REFORM CAN PLAY IN EXPANDING PROPERTY RIGHTS
The FW de Klerk Foundation, in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, will be hosting a conference in Johannesburg on the topic of property rights and the role that land reform can play in expanding property rights.
DDP Leadership Training
Between the 27th and 29th of June, the Durban Development Program (DDP) will host a workshop on the topic of political leadership.
Orientation Training Workshop for Traditional Leaders in Zomba
The orientation training workshop targets 45-50 traditional leaders from Traditional Authority Nkagula in Zomba. For two days, they will be introduced to the new land law in Malawi guided by the newly translated manual for customary land committees.
DDP Citizen's Forum on Femicide and Intimate Partner Violence
One June 14, our institutional partner DDP in cooperation with the Diakonia Council of Churches, hosted a forum on the topic of femicide and intimate partner violence.
Trump's America: What it Means for South Africa and the World
The South African Institute of International Affairs and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung invite you to a Speaker's Meeting to be addressed by Roger Cohen, New York Times Columnist on 'Trump's America: what it means for South Africa and the World'
DDP Citizens' Forum on Land Distribution
The Democracy Development Program invites you to a citizens' forum on land redistribution.
Discourse Café with Lukhanyo and Abigail Calata
The FVZS Institute and KAS invite students to meet journalists Lukhanyo Calata and Abigail Calata who will be discussing intergenerational activism and introduce their new book "My father died for this".