Economic justice

Uganda and Rwanda agree to unblock news websites

Uganda and Rwanda had been engaged in a cyber battle in which each country blocked the other’s news websites.  Apparently, this diplomatic row has now been resolved.  Diplomatic representatives from both countries say they have agreed to unblock Internet access to each others news websites following the signing of a peace agreement in Angola between President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda and President Paul Kagame of Rwanda.

Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute: Intern

Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII) is a non-profit think tank, based in Johannesburg, committed to advancing the Constitution and to supporting the eradication of poverty and inequality in South Africa, and in the sub-region, through empirical research and advocacy.

SPII seeks to appoint a full-time Intern.

Open Secrets: Internship

Open Secrets is a nonprofit organisation working on issues of economic crime and the link to human rights with a focus on the financial sector in Southern Africa. The organisaiton uses research, advocacy and the law to hold people and institutions who abuse power to account.

Open Secrets seeks to appoint two interns to be based at Community House in Salt River, Cape Town:

FHR, DoJ & CD, Train Community-Based Advice Offices to Assist Communities with Land Claims

The Foundation for Human Rights (FHR), in partnership with the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ & CD), hosted a two-day national training aimed at building the capacity of the Community-Based Advice Offices (CBAOs) to assist communities with land claims, from 12-13 July 2017 in Polokwane, Limpopo Province.

Master Class in Public Service Excellence

USB-Ed’s Impumelelo: The Stellenbosch Academy for Social Innovations Centre, in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, are bringing project presenters in water, sanitation, recycling, and waste management from the e’Thekwini and Drakenstein Municipalities to present to a key group of public managers drawn from the Gauteng municipalities and region. 

Invitation: Launch of the AIDC Report on Lonmin, the Marikana Massacre

The Alternative Information Development Centre (AIDC) was formed in 1996 in response to the democratic transition in South Africa and the new opportunities and challenges it brought those seeking greater social justice within the democracy.

The AIDC is hosting a launch of the AIDC Report on Lonmin, the Marikana Massacre and the Bermuda Connection on 2 June 2015 in Johannesburg.

Time: 14h00  - 16h00


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