Partnerships with civil society organisations are essential for inclusive human development, the protection and promotion of human rights, and democratic governance. Through its Civil Society Development Fund (CSDF), the Embassy of France supports these civil society organisations' critical work, paying particular attention to emerging organisations and issues that may not be in the limelight.

Governance and Human Rights

Partnership with feminist organisations in Lesotho and South Africa

Through its Civil Society Development Fund (CSDF), the Embassy of France in South Africa supports local civil society organisations through projects that contribute to upholding human rights, strengthening social cohesion […]

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Governance and Human Rights

France launches Fund for Innovation in Development

France has launched the Fund for Innovation in Development (Fonds d’Innovation pour le Développement or FID), a new initiative to support innovation that contributes to reducing global poverty and inequality. […]

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Marianne Initiative – Call for applications 2023

The Marianne Initiative for Human Rights Defenders aims to better assist...

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Support of the Embassy of France in South Africa, Lesotho and Malawi to the Mudi River Clean-Up Project in Blantyre

The Embassy of France in South Africa, Malawi and Lesotho and...

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African youth leading on climate justice

In 2021, the Embassy of France in South Africa, Lesotho and...

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Growing the agency of GBV survivors through farming

“To nurture a (food) garden is to feed not just the...

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After sold-out performances at the National Arts Festival, Market Theatre Foundation’s dynamic youth theatre company, KwaSha!, is bringing Frantz Fanon's “The Drowning Eye” to Joburg this October.This production, which premiered to critical acclaim and full houses in Makhanda this year and will now open at The Ramolao Makhene Theatre (at the Market Theatre Laboratory) in Johannesburg on 7 October 2022 as part of the #PathsToDemocracy Forum and will play until the 23rd.Click here to be first in line to secure tickets 👉https://www.facebook.com/loverevolt#theatre #franzfanon ... See MoreSee Less
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Join the Embassy of France in South Africa's Innovation Department at the LEAP-RE Stakeholder Forum! This hybrid event will take place in Menlyn, Pretoria (South Africa) and online from 3 to 6 October. Register now to learn about:- Creating an international multi-stakeholder community working in renewable energy, science-based policymaking, funding and research, innovation, monitoring, evaluation as well as learning.- The opportunities and challenges of the African and European contexts.Registration link: bit.ly/LRSF_RegistrationOverall presentation of the event: tinyurl.com/ddx5n3d7Programme: bit.ly/LRSF_Agenda ... See MoreSee Less
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[#SouthAfrica🇿🇦] #event | Regional forum «Paths to Democracy» 🕊️

✨ This forum by @IF_SouthAfrica created with local partners will focus on #democracy through #innovation & #creativity
🔔Oct 7-8 / Register now:
https://pathstodemocracyforum.co.za

#PathsToDemocracy #OurFuture

We’re excited to be partnering with @IF_SouthAfrica as part of the #Ourfuture: Africa-Europe Dialogues, a #PathstoDemocracy forum happening on 7 & 8 Oct 2022. Registrations are open ➡️https://pathstodemocracyforum.co.za