The Peri-Urban Resilient Ecosystems (PURE) is a research project which addresses the challenge of representative climate resilient urban strategies in dryland Windhoek, Namibia, as a means to enhance future health, wellbeing and economic development. The project aims to apply an innovative values-based scenario tool to develop urban policy informed by multiple stakeholder value systems (e.g. municipal authorities, urban planners, marginalised and informal communities).
Partnership with the Civil Society Organisations (CSO) Working Group on Land Reform (WGLR), with support from the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES).
Tuesday, September 4th, 2018; 9h00-12h30
This third event of ‘The New Land Question’ programme focused on the urban land question from the civil society perspective.
Short course for journalists on land matters
Thursday, September 6th, 2018, 8h30-13h30, NUST Hotel School
The role of the media in the public discourse in Namibia is considerable. At the same time, despite the widespread use of social media, the youth appears to have a higher degree of trust in printed media .
In this article in The Namibian newspaper on Friday, June 29th, 2018, the authors present the latest urbanisation prospects for Namibia and argue for the need to imagine an urban future.
Read article with references here: http://ilmi.nust.na/sites/default/files/20180629-Namibias-urban-revoluti...