Welcome to FES Zambia Office

This year, the FES Zambia celebrates its 50th anniversary. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung opened its first office in Zambia in the mid-sixties, shortly after independence, and has since then pursued its vision to promote the core ideas and values of social democracy in Zambia – freedom, justice and solidarity.


As a result of this meaningful anniversary, our foundation has organized a jubilee week of events to celebrate the achievement. This celebration week will take place between 24th and 28th September 2018, with different activities taking place in Lusaka Zambia. In addition, the Foundation will host a jubilee celebration evening on Wednesday 26th September 2018, that will be graced with the presence of important dignitaries from Germany and Zambia.

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
Zambia Office 

5583 Great East Road
P.O. Box 30554
Kalundu
Lusaka

+260 211 295615/6
+260 211 293557

info(at)fes-zambia.org


Country Programme Zambia

Country Programme Zambia

The national programme's main objective is the strengthening of democratic statehood, political participation and social justice as features of the Zambian society.
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SADC Programme Social Compact and Social Justice

SADC Programme Social Compact and Social Justice

The Regional Programme aims to enhance social systems in the SADC Region through the promotion of minimum standards of social security under consideration of gender and the informal character of most labor conditions.
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Rights Based Social Protection in Africa

Rights Based Social Protection in Africa

With the Africa wide programme stakeholders are supported to put social security on a legal basis. Social security has a significant development importance, promotes social justice and is a prerequisite for democratic participation and poverty reduction.
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Youth Leadership Development Programme

Youth Leadership Development Programme

The Youth Leadership Development Programme (YLDP) is designed to enhance leadership capacities of emerging youth leaders by equipping them with a unique set of skills required to better achieve their aspirations and fulfil their desired role in society.
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Tuesday, 27.02.18 - Lusaka | Country Programme Zambia | News, Event

State of the Media Report Launch

On the 27th February, FES Zambia and the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) launched the new State of the Media in Zambia report.


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Wednesday, 28.03.18 - Lusaka | Programme Social Compact and Social Justice | Event

Lusaka Social Protection Colloquium: HIV and Social Protection Assessment Tool

The Southern African Social Protection Network (SASPEN) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) are organising the 1st Quarter 2018 Lusaka Social...


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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa : Zambia 2017
Zambia, 2018

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African media barometer

the first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa ; Zambia 2013
Windhoek, 2014

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