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In 2013 TCDC will continue with short seminars focusing on pertinent issues that underpin the NGO sector and new fields of Development work. The purpose of these seminars is to open up more engagement with development practitioners to generate more reflection and learning!
The intention is to bring together between 30 – 70 development practitioners for 3 days from across civil society, government, private sector and academia well defined new thematic issues and reflective questions – Through well structured reflective processes, we will try to generate new learning and insight for future use in various areas. All participants will receive an end of seminar learning and reflection report plus a number of resource materials before, during and after the events.
You are free to choose participation in one, two or all three seminars depending on interest and availability.
This year we will conduct 3 Seminars;
The extractive industry in most developing countries has significantly grown in the last ten (10) years. However, to a large extent communities and citizens remain largely dissatisfied with the benefits that pertain to this sector.
One of the challenges that NGOs continue to face is the ‚Äúfounders syndrome‚ÄĚ and the absence of an agenda among the current NGO leadership to create space for the next generation of NGO leaders.
Globally and locally several interventions and mechanisms have been devised on how to eradicate poverty and deliver social change. Apart from the increase in development aid capacity building is next sectors that has grown tremendously to empower citizens and states to fight poverty.