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IDASAInstitute for Democracy in South Africa
IDASAInstitute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa
IDASAIllinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
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He has actively contributed for the product Rosmiman, owned by Idasa Sistemas, to have that high level of quality that gave it the ISO9001 certification.
IDASA, "Public evaluations of and demands on local government" in IDASA Public Opinion Services, No3 February 1998
Essays on nation-building in post-apartheid South Africa, Idasa, David Philip Publishers, 1999, p.272.
IDASA conference on Social Activism and Socio-Economic Rights: Deepening
The ruling African National Congress (ANC) political party held its national conference, and the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (Idasa) released the results of its poll of social and political opinion.
Normal Levy and Chris Tapscott (Bellville: School of Government UWC & PIMS, IDASA, 2001).
(59.) Belinda Dodson, Women on the Move: Gender and Cross-Border Migration to South Africa (Cape Town: IDASA, 1998).
PEPUDA establishes that "everyone has a duty to promote equality," notes Judith February, legislative monitor at the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (Idasa).
4-7 February 1999, to South Africa, to attend conference on democratic developments in Britain and South Africa, with all costs paid for by the Institute for Democratic Alternative South Africa (IDASA), an independent public interest body concerned with democracy and citizenship education.
It is a collaborative effort of the parliamentary Committee on the Quality of Life and Status of Women and two NGOs, IDASA and the Community Agency for Social Enquiry.
(46.) The first survey was conducted by the Human Sciences Research Council in mid-1996, and reported in Business Day, 9 November 1996; the second was undertaken by the Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA), and reported in Business Day, 7 October 1997.
(1993), 'Meeting the Global Challenge: A Framework for Industrial Revival in South Africa', Unpublished paper prepared for the IDASA meeting 'South Africa's International Economic Relations in the 1990s', 27-30 April.