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  • 10 Feb 2015
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 354
Over the past two decades, studies on the migration-development nexus often portray small states as one homogeneous group, ‘developing countries’, without considering their critical and peculiar challenges or inherent vulnerabilities, due mainly to...
GBV is a pervasive issue in Namibia and one that the government has taken very seriously since gaining its independence from South Africa in 1990. Among other initiatives, Namibia had passed six pieces of legislation related to GBV and created 15...
Namibia is a semi-arid country covering an area of 825,000 square kilometres in Southern Africa. It obtained independence on 21 March 1990 after a protracted war of liberation. The preliminary report of the 2001 Population and Housing Census ...
Namibia is a country born out of a bloody national liberation war, which was a product of our national liberation struggle. That setting logically left in the minds of the liberators of our motherland scars of violence, intolerance, suspicion and...
With a population of 1,600,000, Namibia might be described as a small state, even though it is certainly not small in area. The combination of small population and large area gives Namibia a population density of just 1.9 people per square kilometre,...
The transitional arrangements that paved the way for non-racial multi-party elections which were supervised by the United Nations enabled a Constituent Assembly to decide on the Constitution under which Namibia became independent. That Constitution...
These Presidential and National Assembly elections in Namibia were the first since Independence and Namibia's accession to the Commonwealth in March 1990, and the first general election to be run by Namibians themselves. Against the background of...
Against the background of the turbulence of the 1989 campaign and the exuberance of what was then in effect a ‘liberation’ election, we detected some continuing concern on the part of those we met about the possibility of violence and intimidation in...
We were able to visit more than 150 polling stations throughout the country, a significant sample of 20 per cent. We were also able to observe counting in 20 of the 95 counting centres, some of them several times. This chapter sets out our impressions.
The 1994 Presidential and National Assembly Elections took place under the Constitution adopted by the Constituent Assembly in February 1990, which came into force on Independence Day, 21 March 1990. It provides for a unitary, secular republic with...
Namibia achieved its independence on 21 March 1990 after over 100 years of foreign occupation and a protracted struggle for freedom on the part of the people. The four and a half years which preceded the Presidential and National Assembly Elections...
South Africa has illegally controlled Namibia (formerly South west Africa) since 1918, initially in breach of a League of Nations mandate and since 1946 in growing defiance of United Nations resolutions. In 1948 Pretoria began imposing the...
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