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Southern Africa: 2020 Public Policy Priorities for the Next Decade

Author: Mark Hannam and Jonathan Wolff (editors)
Organisation: Namibia Institute for Democracy (NID)
Publish Date: May 2010
Country: Southern Africa
Sector: Development
Method: Scenarios
Theme: Policy
Type: Book
Tags: Economic, Health, Public, economic development, healthcare, democracy and governance, legal and civil rights, southern africa, vision, namibia

In the world media Africa is often portrayed in terms of crisis and emergency. Yet, in many parts of Southern Africa there are notable success stories: Politically stable nation-states with growing economies and functioning democracies. One of these countries is Namibia, the location for a conference held in August 2009 to consider topics on economic development, healthcare, democracy and governance and legal and civil rights. The conference was co-presented by the Institute of Philosophy at the University of London, the UNAM Faculty of Law, the NID and IPPR. This volume is based on the conference and contains a chapter co-authored by the NID's Justine Hunter and Theunis Keulder on civil society in Namibia.
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