Welcome to FES Namibia Office

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Namibia Office

95 John Meinert Street
Windhoek-West

Postal Address:
P.O Box 23652
Windhoek / Namibia

+264-61-417 500
+264-61-237 441

office(at)fesnam.org.na

Our Programmes

Just City

Just City

Africa's urban population will double over the next 25 years. By 2040 at the latest, a majority of all Africans will be living in cities. Given this development, it is apparent that democratic political legitimacy will increasingly hinge on a socially and gender-equitable provision of public goods and economic opportunities in African cities. More

Forum for Experts on Social Protection

Forum for Experts on Social Protection

In partnership with the School of Education and Social Development, the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Namibia, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), initiated the Forum of Experts on Social Protection (FESP) in 2017. The Forum connects experts, specialists, academics/scholars, consultants, and policymakers on critical questions of Social Protection in Namibia. More

Youth Development

Youth Development

As Democracy needs Democrats, Democrats must have the capacities and share the same behavioural and ethical standards to take responsibility as Namibian citizens and servants. With the median age in Namibia being 21,8 years (2020), youth is the pillar of the current and the future society. More

Latest News

26.09.2022 | News

The Just City project’s aim is to improve an empirical understanding of the relation between the provision of public goods and support for democracy…


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02.09.2022 | News

The Namibian newspaper on 17 January 2022 reported that according to the latest World Bank overview of the country “a shocking 1,6 million people in…


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Thursday, 21.07.2022 - Protea Hotel, Windhoek | News

The Forum for Experts on Social Protection (FESP) and the University of Namibia’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in collaboration with the…


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Latest Publications

Code of conduct for the Namibian informal economy

Code of conduct for the Namibian informal economy

Breaking new grounds
Windhoek, 2022

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Perspectives on Namibiaʿs Social Protection 2017-2020

Perspectives on Namibiaʿs Social Protection 2017-2020

Windhoek, 2022

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This land is my land!

Wietersheim, Erika von

This land is my land!

Motions and emotions around land reform in Namibia
Windhoek, 2021

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