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Neville Gabriel

Neville Gabriel

    Enabling the public sphere
    Enabling the public sphere
    Changes of tectonic proportions are happening in the social and development spheres across Africa.
    Prison break from poverty
    Prison break from poverty
    A night in prison is what guests at the 2012 Drivers of Change and Investing in the Future awards were invited to
    By Africa for Africa
    By Africa for Africa
    Africa is changing. There are signs of new energies, interests, actors and wealth, writes Neville Gabriel.
    Taking charge of the future
    Taking charge of the future
    The calibre of the finalists in all four Drivers of Change Award categories demonstrates an essential characteristic of innovation.
    Best for the poor
    Best for the poor
    Number and quality of nominations prove the worth of Drivers of Change awards.
    The change we need
    The change we need
    Reflections on the 2010 Drivers of Change awards.
    Building the future on innovation
    Building the future on innovation
    We believe a change in the way we do things could bring a revolution to the world we live in and that is what the Southern Africa Trust works for.
    Leadership for development
    Leadership for development
    The Drivers of Change award celebrates the early signs that things are beginning to change.
    Recognising drivers of change
    Recognising drivers of change
    This is all about remarkable examples of innovation to inspire others, writes Neville Gabriel.
    Working together to overcome poverty
    Working together to overcome poverty
    Since its debut last year the Drivers of Change Awards have grown significantly in both quantity and quality of entries. The awards uphold living examples of innovative approaches to anti-­poverty work. Last year nominations were received only in English from Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. But this year English, French and Portuguese entries came from Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
    Taking responsibility for reparations
    Taking responsibility for reparations
    Human rights only really exist when there is legal protection of those rights, and legal protection is only effective when some form of redress for human-rights violations is imposed. The government should stand by apartheid's victims.