DDP in partnership with BlackSash hosted a Virtual Webinar to unpack following narrative for civil society and the public at large: Unlocking the political will: Towards a universal basic income grant. This engagement was held on the 21st September 2020.
-To inform citizens on the role of state institutions to provide social security to all
– Better understanding of the effect of universal basic income on basic rights, such as human dignity
– Increased understanding of the economic case for Universal basic income;
– Better understanding of the role civil society and other key stakeholders in campaigning towards the eventual implementation Universal Basic Income as a policy of the state.
Above Standing: DDP's Sphamandla Mhlongo, and Mbalenhle Mkhize.
Front: Prof. Bheki Mngomezulu Director of CANRAD at the Nelson Mandela University, DDP's Executive Director Dr. Paul Kariuki and Dr. Lubna Nadvi, Senior Lecture at UKZN, during the DDP SONA2024 Public forum in Durban.