Government and Public Policy (GAPP) Thinktank is a South African non-profit organisation with the objective to win the argument in the public domain that building autonomous and professional administrations is vital to the long-term development of the country. GAPP Thinktank will develop proposals on how this can be done generally and in specific sectors. It will do this by generating persuasive research, stimulating and provoking public debate and attention through targeted media interventions and building awareness and understanding in key constituencies and amongst thought leaders.
SECTION27 is a public interest law centre that seeks to achieve substantive equality and social justice in South Africa. Guided by the principles and values in the Constitution, SECTION27 uses law, advocacy, legal literacy, research and community mobilisation to achieve access to healthcare services and basic education. SECTION27 aims to achieve structural change and accountability to ensure the dignity and equality of everyone. The objectives of Section27 are to support and entrench a new generation of public interest lawyers committed to the pursuit of equality in South Africa; to improve the quality of public interest law in South Africa; to improve the delivery of quality health care services through the application of the law; to improve the delivery of basic education through the application of the law, and to improve, publicise and provide education on the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.
For more information refer to https://section27.org.za/.
Unite Behind is a civil society coalition constituted of over 20 organisations that organises and mobilises together around common campaigns and local struggles. Unite Behind focusses on its “fix our trains” campaign where they aim to resist endemic corruption, incompetence, and maladministration at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) and fight for commuters’ right to a safe, reliable, affordable urban rail service.
For more information refer to https://unitebehind.org.za/.