Ounongo is a digital repository service based on Dspace, that collects, preserves, and distributes digital material from the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST). Repositories are important tools for preserving an organization's legacy; they facilitate digital preservation and scholarly communication. Ounongo means Knowlwdge in "Oshiwambo and Otjiherero" languages respectively. Repositories are important tools for preserving an organization's legacy; they facilitate digital preservation and scholarly communication

  • Civil society perspectives on urban land 

    Civil Society Organisations Working Group on Land Reform (Integrated Land Management Institute (ILMI), 2018-09)
    This event of ‘The New Land Question’ programme focused on the urban land question from the civil society perspective and was undertaken in partnership with the Civil Society Organisations Working Group on Land Reform ...
  • The urban land question: getting ready for Namibia’s urban future 

    Lühl, Phillip (Integrated Land Management Institute (ILMI), 2018-09)
    This session of ‘The New Land Question’ programme focused on the urban land question. Phillip Lühl, lecturer at the Department of Architecture and Spatial Planning (DASP) at the Namibia University of Science and Technology ...
  • Reflections on recent developments on South Africa’s land reform debate 

    Qobo, Mzukisi (Namibia University of Science and Technology, Integrated Land Management Institute, 2018-09)
    This is the documentation of the second part of the first event in ‘The New Land Question’ programme, which focused on lessons from South Africa with regards to the land question. The event took place at NUST Hotel School ...
  • Land Liberation and Compromise: the challenges of forging a new consensus on land policy in Southern Africa 

    Alden, Chris (Namibia University of Science and Technology, Integrated Land Management Institute, 2018-09)
    This is the documentation of the first event in ‘The New Land Question’ programme, which focused on the regional aspects of the land question.The event took place at NUST Hotel School on July 18th, 2018. Chris Alden, ...
  • Making Architecture 

    Lühl, Phillip (Department of Architecture and Spatial Planning. Faculty of Natural Resources and Spatial Sciences. Namibia University of Science and Technology., 2017)
    How do we educate young architects to be not only technically literate professionals but also critical citizens able to question their role as professionals in the post-colonial context of Namibia? This is a major challenge ...

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