Conversation

Citizen Activism and Political Accountability

How citizens have continued to mobilize themselves in holding political leaders accountable

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation together with the Democracy Development Program (DDP) invite you to a conversation seeking to unpack some of the country’s biggest political moments in 2018 and unpack the role of political parties, civil society and ordinary citizens in all that has transpired.

Details

As part of the forum we will explore salient issues such as:

- How do we as citizens sustain our activism in the days of political populism and remain objective in our advocacy efforts?

- How can government and its social partners re-institute ethical public service as a norm to speed up a culture of transparency in its dealing with citizens and other key stakeholders?

- What does the current state of democracy in SA mean for the 2019 elections?


Engaging Political Parties

- DA (Cllr Mmabatho Tembe)

- EFF (Mr Mlebuka Hlengwa, eThekwini regional Chair

Please register here.

Share

Add to the calendar

Venue

ONOMO HOTEL, 56 KE Masinga Road, Durban, KZN 4025

Speakers

Lukhona Mnguni (Political Analyst)
Jan Hofmeyr (IJR - Afrobarometer)

Publication

Citizen Activism and Political Accountability: How citizens have continued to mobilize themselves in holding political leaders accountable
read now

Partner