Namibia Institute for Democracy
The Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID), founded in 1991, implements civic education, civil society development, socio-political survey and research, and anti-corruption programmes in Namibia. Current programmes include a domestic civil society election observation programme, political party training, civic and voter education, anti-corruption and study circle programmes.
Our civic education program aims to create awareness of democracy, good governance, and human rights. NID in partnership with Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia conducted a two-day church training on civic education. The participants were youth groups from different churches in Windhoek.
The Women’s Solidarity Indaba in Harare brought women together from 10 provinces in , and women from , and to discuss activism at what cost- the price women pay and strengthening women’s rights activism solidarity mechanisms. #womensolidarity
Eye-level cooperation with our partners also lives on personal dialogue. Therefore we are particularly pleased that Ndilimeke Auala from the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) SODI visited Berlin.In the so-called Learning Circle, the project of NID and SODI brings together various social groups where civil rights and duties are discussed, identi...
Traditional gender roles and society expect men to be breadwinners, tough, assertive and in control. NID collaborated with Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia to host a Men's Breakfast. The objective was to provide a platform for male professionals to learn about mental health as well as making positive contributions in their communities.
AgendaMental healthHow to address toxic masculinitySupport women in breaking the cycle of povertywith Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia
Media Awareness CampaignThe relevance of disaggregated data on persons with disabilities has long been recognised by key stakeholders as a core global issue for the inclusion of persons with disabilities. Data is key to identifying different challenges and solutions that can improve the lives of persons with disabilities. In the absence of such dat...
Media BriefingMembers from the APRM National Governing Council provided feedback from the NPOA workshop that was held last week in Swakopmund. The primary objective of the NPOA is to guide and mobilize the APRM-participating country’s efforts in implementing necessary changes to improve its state of governance and accelerate its socio-economic deve...
The 2-day training workshop on finalization and harmonization of #APRMNPoA in the town of Swakopmund. The primary objective of the APRM National Plan of Action is to guide and mobilize the APRM-participating country’s efforts in implementing necessary changes to improve its state of governance and accelerate its socio-economic development.
The training workshop is attended by experts and stakeholders who are involved in the progress of the National Plan of Action which includes the APRM National Governing Council representatives, relevant Ministries, youth, civil society organisations and the private sector.#APRMNPoAv