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Commission of Human Rights and Good Governance to raise the bar in CSO collaboration

Submitted by Web Master on 15 September 2015

The Commission of Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG) has pledged to further enhance its interactions with civil society organisations so as to improve on extending the socio-economic rights so as to see the effective delivery of public service to the people of Tanzania. This vow was made by the Chairman of the commission Hon. Bahame Tom Nyanduga during a meeting with Policy Forum members.

Localising the Post 2015 Agenda: What kind of Tanzania do we want?

Submitted by Web Master on 25 July 2014

Tanzanians have been urged to look closely at the relevance of global development goals to the local context if the country is to make substantive inroads to reduce poverty and inequality. This was one of the main sentiments emerging from a breakfast debate entitled: “MDGs and Post 2015 Development Agenda: Where are we and where are we heading?” organised by the Policy Forum.

Policy Forum Holds Meeting with the Tanzanian Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance

Submitted by Web Master on 11 April 2013

The Tanzanian Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG) on the 10th of April 2013 invited Policy Forum members and secretariat staff to a meeting to discuss ways the two organisations can complement each other in their work.

The guest of honour, Hon. Commissioner Bernadeta Gambishi thanked Policy Forum for the collaboration the network had been extending to the commission in the previous years and also appreciated the willingness to collaborate with CHRAGG.

What it will take for Tanzania to Become a Developmental State

Submitted by Web Master on 25 February 2013

Although the Tanzania Development Vision 2025 calls for a ‘developmental mindset’ focusing on economic growth that is ‘private sector-led’ with the state facilitating ‘strategic investments’ and ‘selective industrial support,' it was questionable that this was being implemented.

This was noted by Brian Cooksey, an independent research professional who was the presenter at the Policy Forum breakfast talk held on the 22nd February, 2013. He based his presentation on Policy Forum's third Tanzania Governance Review.

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