Vision & Mission

Vision

A people who are informed, liberated, engaged and dignified living in a democratic space

Mission

To promote the peoples participation in democratic processes through research, trainings, civic education, networking and strategic partnerships

Rallying Call: We the people…inventing the people

4 Programs of focus

-Civic education
-Training and development (Institute)
-Research and policy (Advocacy)
-Activities to promote people’s participation

Strategic Model

– Promote and monitor people participation in democratic processes through training, civic education
– To carry out policy research and advocacy on people participation in democratic processes,
additionally generate and disseminate knowledge and information research.
– Invest in Strategic Partnership and Networking
– Develop capacity of Siasa Place to execute in mandate
– Institutionalize Siasa Place

Siasa Place Values

Constitutionalism: We are committed to upholding the constitution and all other laws governing the country.
Trust: We believe in building confidence in our institution by being reliable, accurate, and truthful at all times.
Integrity: we believe in accountability, transparency, and having strong moral principles in all our endeavours.
Innovation: We firmly believe in embracing new ideas and technologies that will enhance our brand.
Diversity: We believe in inclusivity and upholding the dignity of ALL people. Patriotism: Love for country and vigorous support for its prosperity is our motivation.

The creation of Siasa Place is informed by the following quotes:

“I know of no safe depository of the ultimate powers of society but the people themselves, and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them but to inform their discretion.”
Thomas Jefferson

“The worst illiterate is the political illiterate. He hears nothing, see’s nothing and takes no part in political life. He does not seem to know that the cost of living, the price of beans, of flour, of rent, of medicines all depend on political decisions..”
Bertolt Brecht

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