April 5, 2022

Making South Africa’s domestic violence law protect GBV survivors. What needs to be done

By: Lizzy Ofusori Introduction Violence directed against an individual based on gender is known as ‘Gender-based violence’ (GBV). Both men and women experience GBV; however, statistics […]
April 4, 2022

Why human rights in South Africa have become inaccessible: here is why

By: Adebimpe Ofusori The community of Sharpeville and Langa townships on 21 march 1960 joined other community to protest against pass laws. During this period, the […]
April 1, 2022

Socioeconomic rights and citizens expectations: the missing link

By: Dr. Olusola Bodede Socioeconomic rights are the rights that enable people enjoy basic necessities to ensure a dignified life. In most cases, the government, organizations, […]
March 31, 2022

DDP Podcast: Democracy at the age of democratic apathy

March 30, 2022

The implosion of democracy or an evolving pseudo formation?

By: Sanusha Naidu Recently a colleague and I were debating the age-old adage that democracies do not go to war with each other. We were trying to […]
March 29, 2022

Mobilising Parliamentarians to accelerate political accountability in South Africa: The How and Why it Matters

“Given the ongoing exposure of malfeasances in both public and private sectors in the country, accountability cannot be a buzzword or a cliche. It must be […]
March 28, 2022

DDP Newsletter: Vol 17 – Jan- Mar

View Newsletter here> JAN-MAR 2022
March 18, 2022

Women, Democracy and Leadership Dialogue

The Democracy Development Program convened a dialogue with women in Kwamashu and surrounding areas. This dialogue was guided by the theme: Enhancing Active Participation and Gender […]
March 15, 2022

DDP Migrant Mapping Manual

DDP Migrant Mapping Manual