leadership

The conference brought together over 50 participants representing academia, civil society organisations, and representatives of regional economic communities. What emerged during the two-day discussions was that there is a huge leadership deficit in the region as a key enabler for a democratic developmental state.

A call for applications for 10 postgraduate scholarships from Southern African women media leaders who wish to study media management at the SPI in 2017.

OSISA and the African Leadership Centre have just run a course in Lusaka on Leadership and Society. We asked the participants to send us their thoughts

Organised by the Institute of Peace, Leadership and Governance (IPLG) at the Africa University and OSISA, this renowned course in public policy, governance and civil society is designed to provide basic fundamentals of public policy analysis to practitioners working in civil society organisations, public service and the private sector.

The process of consolidating these institutions depends to a great extent on the will of the men that lead them. And that is why President Obama’s statement must be further qualified.

The video offers insight into the issues faced by the San in Botswana and introduces the Khwedom Council.

OSISA and the African Leadership Centre have just run a course in Lusaka on Leadership and Society. We asked the participants to send us their thoughts

OSISA and the African Leadership Centre are running a course in Lusaka on Leadership and Society. We asked the participants to send us their thoughts

The last two weeks accorded me a rare chance to attend two meetings: a leadership training workshop in Lusaka and an AU retreat in Abidjan on the promotion of peace, security and stability in Africa.

The African Leadership Centre partnered with the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa in Lusaka and with the AU’s Peace and Security Department in Abidjan.

My journey from Botswana to Malawi for the Women Steering Innovative Leadership in Africa went well and was fulfilling. And when we got to the venue, all the delegates were well taken care by the organisers, who were very welcoming and helpful.

I was inspired as I interacted with young and seasoned leaders with abundant empowering knowledge – and by the opportunity to learn more about feminism from diverse groups of people and relate their experiences with the Botswana environment.

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