On 16 and 17 April 2013 a two-day workshop for political parties and other key political stakeholders was organised in Juba, South Sudan. The workshop was a follow-up to the Africa Regional Conference on Political party Financing that took place in Tanzania, in July 2012.
From 24-29 March 2013, Executive Directors (EDs) of Centres for Multiparty Democracy in 5 African countries met at Misty Hills, South Africa to share and capture their personal stories in facilitating dialogue platforms in their respective countries.
On Thursday evening 21 March 2013 in Amsterdam, a unique delegation of youth representatives of the three political parties with parliamentary representation in Zimbabwe jointly engaged in a public debate to share their views on recent developments in Zimbabwe and the role of youth in the country’
This was the advice that Malawi’s former Vice President, Dr. Justin Malewezi offered to 18 politicians drawn from all the member political parties of the Malawi Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD-Malawi) at the graduation ceremony of their political leadership training.
We expect so much from political parties and politicians and yet very little is done to better prepare these politicians and political parties in as far as leadership is concerned. It is against this background that the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) through its Africa Regiona
On Wednesday 27 February NIMD organised a second multi-party conference since the start of its activities in South Sudan in 2012. The workshop was attended by 8 political parties with representation in Parliament. The conference aimed to jointly reflect on interparty dialogue.
Under the joint approach by NIMD and AWEPA, in support of political parties and the parliament of Benin, a first official meeting of the new programme’s Steering Committee was held in Cotonou on 6th-8th February 2013.
An evening about the revolution, democracy and development in Tunisia. On March 6 2013, exactly 500 days after the first free elections in 2011, it's time for a follow up: what has the Arab Spring brought to Tunisia?