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Welcome to FES Tanzania

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is a German political foundation head­quartered in Bonn and Berlin with more than 100 offices worldwide. The guiding prin­ciples of the international work are to promote democracy, social justice and development, contribute to peace and security and find inclusive solutions for globalisation and regional integration. More ...

Africa Tomorrow  

Africa Tomorrow |

Kenya – new constitution brings no benefits and impunity still reigns

What Kenyans are witnessing today contradicts this vision of a better-governed country. Some political leaders have rather focused on ensuring impunity for their corrupt activities, in many instances by hiding behind their political parties and ethnicity.

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Africa Tomorrow |

Beijing's Africa Problem: 'No blacks' Chinese restaurant shut down in Kenya

Official China does a good job of not offending African sensibilities, but its businessmen and women don't have the same diplomatic skills.

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Tanzania Today  

Tanzania Today |

‘Unofficial’ data could land you behind bars

Tanzania could become one of the most hostile territories for publishing firms, researchers and academicians after Parliament passed a new law yesterday limiting the publication of data to only those from the government’s own Bureau of Statistics.

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Tanzania Today |

Party militias and election-related violence in Tanzania

Tanzanians will go into an election likely to be very competitive this October. One key concern is that the top political parties keep well-trained militias, despite the law prohibiting this. This has caused security fears around the election.

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FES Tanzania  

FES Tanzania |

Eligibility Test Results 2015!

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung [FES] announced the results of the Eligibility Tests which were administered in Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam respectively.

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FES Tanzania |

Follow-Up Workshop on Low Carbon Development in Tanzania

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung [FES] in collaboration with Bread for the World and Climate Action Network Tanzania [CAN-TZ] organized a two day workshop on Low Carbon Development Initiatives in Tanzania. The workshop brought together local, regional and international experts on climate change, energy and transport sectors.

 

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