March 24, 2023

Civic Education Dialogue- uLundi

DDP hosted a civic education dialogue at uLundi D Hall on 22 March 2022.  The theme of the discussion was To capacitate and enhance the understanding […]
March 24, 2023

Local Government Dialogue – Civic Engagement

DDP hosted a civic education dialogue at Folweni Red Cross Church on 2 March 2023.  The theme of the discussion was To capacitate and enhance the […]
March 24, 2023

Reflecting on South Africa’s Journey on Human Rights

  Migration into SA remains a challenge and has been amplified by governance deficits in parts of Africa.  There is a perception that the South African […]
March 22, 2023

Role of the South African Parliament in Promoting Constitutional Rights from 1994 to 2023: Challenges, Insights and Lessons Learnt

“The Constitution is the people’s promise of a better life. The South African Parliament has a constitutional obligation to deliver on that promise by ensuring that […]
March 20, 2023

African Peer Review Mechanism Webinar

The African Policy Circle (APC) brought together think tanks and research organizations working on African issues – including governance, development, and democracy, from across Africa on […]
March 16, 2023

Access to Electricity is a Human Right: What missing?

By: Akwu, Nneka Augustina The energy sector is very significant and without it, poverty is inescapable considering how important it has been to human existence. In addition, for the fundamental human needs […]
March 16, 2023

The importance of human rights awareness by law enforcement agencies on the rights of undocumented immigrants/migrants living in SA

By: Maria Goyayi Human rights while it describes the basic rights to all, often there are groups marginalized. The Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR) together […]
March 16, 2023

Democracy… at what cost?

By: Stef Terblanche In South Africa as indeed in Africa and around the world, many commentators are of the opinion that democracy finds itself in something […]
March 15, 2023

Implications of Violent Threats on the Higher Education Sector Against University Leaders in SA and their Rights

By: Norah Hashim Msuya Violent threats in the higher education sector against university leaders in South Africa trigger the need to consider the root causes of […]