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In the spirit of South Africa 2018’s democratic opening, the Public Affairs Research Institute, working in partnership with a broader civil-society, and drawing from the expertise and experience from elsewhere in the world will facilate a national campaign to reform and reconstruct Government Institutions.
Leading up to an international conference, in-depth consultations on key issues on state transformation will begin on 10 April 2018. The aim is to build up to an international conference with a rough footprint of government and civil society initiatives on institutional reform and ideas on how to prevent state capture from reoccurring. These consultations will take the form of one-on-one discussions and cross-sectoral engagements (NGOs, government, political parties, community members) or thematic engagements.
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