Discussion-The implications of the election results on civil society

South Africa’s constitutional democracy is premised on an active and informed citizenry participating in elections. The right to vote is hard-won and the most recent elections yielded some seismic shifts in our political landscape.

Inyathelo invites you to join a dialogue on the implications of the election results on civil society with:  

William Gumede, Executive Chairperson of Democracy Works Foundation.

Stan Henkeman, Executive Director of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR).

The session will be moderated by Nomfundo Walaza: Acting Executive Director of Inyathelo.

Date: Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Time: 8:30 for 9:00am (ends 10:30am)

Venue: 2nd Floor, The Armoury, Buchanan Square, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

RSVP to ask@inyathelo.org.za by Tuesday, 27 September 2016

There is no charge to attend this event but booking is essential for catering.

Inyathelo’s “Breakfast on the 2nd Floor” debates were introduced in 2010 to provide a space for energetic and provocative engagement on key issues facing civil society and South Africa.


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