Recent news around Civil Society Organisations in Namibia
UPDATE: Due to the uptrend of COVID-19 cases, the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) has decided to cancel in-person attendance for the upcoming African Youth Summit and hold the summit virtually via Zoom on June 16th, 12:00-15:00.
Invitation to the Namibia Sports Volunteer Exchange Program Presentation to be hosted by the National Youth Sports Development Platform (NYSDP) on 4 June 2021 at 03:00 PM.
UNESCO Windhoek office is launching Media and Information Literacy (MIL) for Youth Civic Engagement in Namibia in partnership with the National Youth Council (NYC) and Namibia National Commission to UNESCO (NatCom) with financial support from the Japanese government.
The AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa, Positive Vibes Trust, Namibia Diverse Women's Association and Diversity Alliance of Namibia cordially invite members of civil society organisations, advocating for the human rights of sexual and gender diverse communities in Namibia, to a national engagement to dialogue on the current status of human rights and develop a national response agenda.
The Women's Leadership Centre (WLC) will share videos on the Niger Delta and provide some background to the developments in Kavango East Region so far.
The Alliance of Christian Churches in Namibia (ACCN) invites you to join a Strategic Consultation of the Church-Government on COVID19 VACCINES.
The Namibia Equal Rights Movement (NERM) calls on freedom fighters to join them in a march of love against hate and discrimination. They will gather at Johann Albrecht Street - SWAPO Party School - on Thursday, May 27, 2021, at 16H00.
Joint statement by concerned Namibian human rights defenders and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) condemning the harmful and homophobic statement issued by the SWAPO Party Youth League (SPYL) on 19 May 2021.
COVID-related spending - how accountable has the Namibian government been? Find out how Namibia scored on Monday at 15h00 (Namibian time).