At a debriefing workshop last week, the Evidence for Change Team from the South African Police Service, the City of Cape Town and the Western Cape Government unpacked lessons learned from the first phase of a hotspot policing intervention.
An Institute for Security Studies report shows persistent gender inequalities in Africa, despite progress in some areas. The evidence-based research analyses the impact that reduced gender inequality can have on inclusive development – and the authors share specific policy recommendations.
“Success is a journey", and Bergzicht Training & Development education was an important step for many of our Bergzicht Alumni, whose success in their careers we just celebrated!
This ISS Policy Brief uses data and analysis to paint a stark, nuanced picture of record murder rates in the country and the reasons behind them. The report’s productive, urgent recommendations show that government and police must prioritize murder-reduction partnerships to address the crisis.
This was the topic of a lively, hybrid panel discussion co-hosted with the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office, the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation and News 24 in Cape Town.
A recent National Dialogue discussed the development of a National Framework on Coalition Governments. It laid the foundation for key topics the Dullah Omar Institute is addressing in this policy brief: suggestions for legislative reform in response to instability occasioned by coalition turmoil.
"Desmond's World", a play for young children, is funded by the Bavarian State Parliament and supported by the Hanns Seidel Foundation. It teaches children socio-ethical values such as respect, empathy and justice, based on stories and children's books by the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The weekly performances are free of charge for kindergartens and schools.
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