If you are working with an NGO in southern Africa, I'd like to invite you to participate in this brief five-question survey on gender-related activities in your organisation. The purpose of the research is to hear from those working directly with communities about their thoughts on the push to mainstream gender in organisations.
The survey should take only 5-10 minutes to complete.
Follow this link: http://goo.gl/WeMz
This story is about a day in the life of a CARE beneficiary as told to and written by Connie Mussumir former Microenterprises/Microfinance Officer for one of CARE Mozambique's programs.
The Bill, meant to replace an apartheid-era law dating from 1982, includes some problematic (potentially unconstitutional) elements that limit the media’s right to information and could see investigative journalists face up to 25 years in jail for publishing information of ‘public interest’.
22 June 2010
21 June 2010
With civil society participants from across the world, the Halifax Initiative Coalition kicked off the process of gathering ideas, voices, key policy initiatives with a view to mapping and dovetailing the way civil society moves forward to the G20 Summit in South Korea in November this year and in France in 2011.
and conflict may seem almost as obvious as the connection we see today
between human rights, democracy, and peace."
(Wangari Maathai, Kenyan environmentalist, political activist, and 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate)
taking place at Koinonia Conference Centre in Botha’s Hill, with around 70 people gathering in blankets
In some statistical hocus pocus not as baffling as it looks, the US unemployment rate rose in April with job creation. It does, nevertheless, show how difficult it will be to get the unemployment rate back to normal following the recession. The U.S. unemployment rate rose to 9.9 percent in April from 9.7 percent in March, as outlined by the jobs report released by the Labor Department Friday.
The tournament starts on 11 June 2010 with the official opening ceremony and the opening game between South Africa and Mexico.
The hosting of the tournament presents all South Africans with an opportunity to showcase our country to the rest of the world.
It is also an opportunity to unite behind our team, Bafana Bafana, and with the support of millions of vuvuzelas, take on the best teams in the world.
Following the success of the previous five SANGONeT annual events, the 2010 conference will focus on “Fundraising in the Digital World”.