Chestertown, MD — How nations in southern Africa are faring in the process of strengthening their democratic processes is the subject of a talk by David S. Pottie, senior researcher at the Electoral Institute of South Africa, or EISA. His lecture, "Democratic Consolidation in Southern Africa," begins at 7:30 p.m. on Tues., Nov. 9, in the Hynson Lounge at Washington College.
In his work with EISA, Pottie works with nongovernmental organizations and electoral commissions in South Africa and throughout southern Africa. He also prepares materials related to elections and democratization and supports EISA's activities in civic education, election observation. His talk is sponsored by The Goldstein Program in Public Affairs and is free and open to the public.