Thuli Madonsela Foundation's Voices of Democracy

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This is the Voices of Democracy podcast by the Thuma Foundation where we will be hosting conversations revolving around important topics in South Africa. It was said that 'No wind is favourable for a directionless ship' and we believe that these conversations will help steer the ship of democracy.

The Thuma Foundation was established to honour the legacy of our chief patron, Prof Thuli Madonsela, and to work towards deepening democracy in the land we call home.

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26
MAR

Human Rights in South Africa Part 2: Panel Discussion

In this episode of the Voices of Democracy podcast we talk human rights in South Africa and the human rights developments around the world. We specifically focus on human rights, social justice and the role of the public/government. Moderator: Thulasizwe Simelane - Panelists: Kabelo Mahlobongwane, Professor Thuli Madonsela, Professor Adam Habib, Fasiha Hassan
26
MAR

Human Rights in South Africa Part 1: Intro and Keynote

In this episode of the Voices of Democracy podcast we talk human rights in South Africa and the human rights developments around the world. We specifically focus on human rights, social justice and the role of the public/government. Intro activity and talk by Kgotsi Chikane.
20
FEB

What kind of democracy should we have?

A discussion was held with a small panel on Heritage Day in 2018 about what kind of democracy South Africa should have. They took a broad look at democracy and some examples of how our global counterparts implement democracy. They also covered electoral education and the importance of each person’s vote, challenges faced by citizens and how democracy can be made more inclusive. In seeking answers to these questions, they discussed the barriers and challenges to achieving a democracy that works for all and what the solutions could be.

3 episodes