Left unchecked, already low levels of trust in South Africa’s
criminal justice system will deteriorate further.
ISS provided a neutral space
for policy makers and analysts to
discuss scenarios and policy options.
Extremists are often seen as the main
drivers of communal conflict, but
the situation is more complex.
If the BDP loses elections this month,
how might that impact one of
Africa’s most stable countries?
This seminar assesses the contribution
of key anti-corruption bodies and how
to improve their effectiveness.
Reconfiguring AMISOM would be better for
Somalia than the focus on its withdrawal
that preoccupies donor countries.
Since Burundi’s controversial 2015 elections, South
Africa has provided electoral support, civil service
training and helped develop public institutions.
An analysis of projects in Central, East
and West Africa highlights the need
for longer-term funding.
ISS’ annual review shows our evolution
from a traditional research organisation
to one that enables real change.
Africa faces multiple challenges in
understanding the connections
between gender and terrorism.
Do police and communities understand crime
patterns enough to effectively reduce harm?