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.
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
NID and Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia concluded a 2 day capacity building workshop in the areas of project management, fundraising, stakeholders engagement and community involvement. The objective was to promote synergies between local and regional councillors and authorities.
This PDF focused on Gender Based Violence, basic human rights education and digitalism with the learners from Jacob Marengo Secondary School. Another successful collaboration with UNDP Namibia.
The 4th industrial revolution has changed the ways leaders interact with the community and how citizens make their voices heard on important issues. NID and UNDP Namibia hosted a capacity building training for Honourable Members of Parliament. The training explored how members of parliament can digitize parliamentary processes and use technology to...
BOOTCAMP IN SESSION - Another successful civic education bootcamp in partnership with the Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia. The bootcamp is designed for learners to deepen their knowledge about democracy, human rights, leadership and advocacy.#knowyourrights #civiceducation #youtharethefuture
Does the new curriculum prepare our youth to thrive? NID together with the Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia had a public discussion with learners from Jacob Marengo Secondary School. Thank you to our speakers: Hon Utaara Mootu, Mrs Willemien Wannberg (NIED), Mr Mwilima (Hage Geingob Secondary School) for your insight and participation at this public...
We would strongly promote independence from South Africa and the implementation of the UN Peace Plan, thus allowing Namibians to exercise their right to self-determination. 'We know that this commitment will not earn ourselves popularity in certain quarters,' we wrote, 'but we can see no alternative to the holding of free and fair elections.'#Happy...
What is the role of the church in assisting the youth? How can the church uplift society?NID in partnership with the Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia conducted a training to provide youth leaders from different churches with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to participate in the development of the Namibian House.