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NID - 'A CALL TO ACTION' public discussion forum on '1.6 MILLION NAMIBIANS LIVING IN POVERTY' - 24 February 2022

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Join the Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID) on Thursday, 24 February 2022 at 15:00 for A CALL TO ACTION! public discussion forum on 1.6 MILLION NAMIBIANS LIVING IN POVERTY.  The public discussion will take place at the Katutura Community Arts Centre. For more information / to RSVP kindly email consultant@nid.org.na or call +264 81 826 2090.

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ESJT - Activist School Seminar: "Consumer Protection | Consumer Rights | Know Your Rights" - 30 October 2021

ESJT - Activist School Seminar: "Consumer Protection | Consumer Rights | Know Your Rights" - 30 October 2021

Join the Economic & Social Justice Trust (ESJT) Namibia on 30 October 2021 from 08h30 to 14h00 for an Activist School Seminar on Consumer Protection Consumer Rights Know Your Rights. The booking deadline is 11 October.

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ESJT - #NoOneLeftBehindConcert: Ending Persistent Poverty, Respecting All People! - 16 October 2021

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Join the Economic and Social Justice Trust (ESJT) for their #NoOneLeftBehindConcert: Ending Persistent Poverty, Respecting All People! on Saturday, 16 October 2021 from 19:00 to 21:30 at Café Prestige, Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre​ (FNCC).

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ESJT - Activist School Seminar: "Consumer Protection | Consumer Rights | Know Your Rights" - 30 October 2021

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Join the Economic & Social Justice Trust (ESJT) Namibia on 30 October 2021 from 08h30 to 14h00 for an Activist School Seminar on Consumer Protection Consumer Rights Know Your Rights. The booking deadline is 11 October.

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Namibia Journal of Social Justice: Call for papers, Volume 2, June 2022

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The submission deadline for abstracts has been extended to 31 October 2021. Namibians are subject to multiple and intersecting forms of inequality and discrimination. The most obvious of these are inequalities based on income and wealth distribution. While the Gini coefficient shows a reduction in Namibia’s levels of inequality since independence, the country still has one of the highest levels of inequality in the world.

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Namibian Journal of Social Justice: Namibia's Housing Crisis in Perspective

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The Namibian Journal of Social Justice (NJSJ), Volume 1 was published by the Economic and Social Justice Trust (ESJT) and launched on the 3rd August 2021. The first volume of the NJSJ addresses Namibia's housing crisis. 

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ESJT - Launch of the Namibian Journal of Social Justice - 3 August 2021

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The virtual launch of the Namibian Journal of Social Justice will take place today, 3 August 2021, at 15h00.

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