2016 Youth Day Dialogue

Youth organisations in Durban met on Youth Day 2016 to engage in critical dialogue about issues affecting them and how to solve them moving forward.

Political Parties Briefing of the Pre Local Government Elections Activities

The Democracy Development Program hosted a Political Parties Briefing on Friday May 27, at Maharani Hotel. The purpose of the briefing was to introduce DDP’s Local Government Elections program to political parties in order to solicit their input and ensure an inclusive participatory mechanism for parties and society.

Youth Dialogue in KwaMashu

Drugs, teenage pregnancy and the latest trend of “blessers” are major issues faced by the youth in the KwaMashu community. This emerged at a youth dialogue hosted by the Democracy Development Program in partnership with Youth Inter-Active and Activate, at the L community Hall on May 20.

Democracy and You Street Performance

DDP used edutainment, such as street theatre to make the public aware of their role in voting, but also to engage with the people to gather their perceptions, and attitudes about voting.

20 Years of the South African Constitution

Democracy Development Program hosted a Dialogue to celebrate 20 years of our Constitution, to which this question was explored “How do we as citizens reclaim our rights and responsibilities to make our constitution a living document?”

Civil Society and Media Management

The DDP invited Heather Thuynsma (political consultant/lecturer/author) to facilitate a 2 ½ day advocacy workshop titled Civil Society and Media Management to equip civil society organisations (CSOs) with the skills to write stories that would inspire action