Institute for Public Policy Research


Institute for Public Policy Research

Type Research Center
Year founded 2001
Location Windhoek Namibia Namibia
Functions Research
Funding sources Governments or multi-govt organizations|Foundations/Grants
Tags governance social policy
Summary The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) was officially launched in April 2001 as a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to deliver independent, analytical, critical yet constructive research into social, political and economic issues that affect development in Namibia. The IPPR was established in the belief that free and critical debate informed by quality research promotes development.

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IPPR · 2 June 2022 English

CURRENT OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2021 POLICIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT Phase 0 5 People in Catastrophe In the light of the climate emergency, The Paris Agreement, an ambitious global action plan …

IPPR · 30 May 2022 English

Mid-Year A comprehensive update on the implementation of the 2020-21 74 Review budget as of the middle of the fiscal year; includes a review of economic assumptions and an updated …

IPPR · 27 April 2022 English

Finally, while the author has undertaken to source and make use of the most current information surrounding the impact of Covid-19 on the tourism sector as well as prevailing local …

IPPR · 27 April 2022 English

National Assembly must have submitted a dec- laration of their assets and interests to the When the Democracy Report team requested to see the 2021/22 dec- larations of assets and …

IPPR · 25 April 2022 English

dent, the NIPDB or the National Planning Commission, for the 2021/22 The Paradise Papers, of the Offshore Leaks da- financial year, but the relevant quarterly report (October – December ta-base, …

IPPR · 20 April 2022 English

The Head of the Economic Development Agency of Cuxhaven, one of the most important fishing regions in Germany, committed itself to leading a business delegation to Na- mibia in the …

IPPR · 30 March 2022 English

When tabling the Bill, Shiimi ed, at the heart of the concerns and Virgin Islands, it is unclear who the said: questions surrounding the “largest beneficial owners of Nicholas Hold- …

IPPR · 8 March 2022 English

After the end of the tax relief programme on 31 Jan- uary 2022, NamRA will introduce a modified Electronic Filing Tax Relief Programme for another 12 months to offer “much-needed …

IPPR · 16 February 2022 English

Embassy of Finland Windhoek Democracy report Hydrogen (H) is the first element in the periodic table and the most abundant element in the universe. [...] To unlock the above potential …

IPPR · 15 February 2022 English

We have also sought to focus on the roles that can be played by key bodies and sectors such as the media, the courts, the auditor-general, civil society, and the …

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