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Ministry of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs

Gaborone, Botswana
Joined August 2018

"Serving with passion,fuel for excellence" Provides services country-wide. Mission:to provide secure civil registration,migration services and promote gender equality; in a proficient manner.

Presence in: Botswana
Focus: Citizenship, Economic Empowerment, Gender-based violence, Women's Rights

The Ministry of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs is mandated with safeguarding national identity and civil registration, facilitating movement across borders, regulating residence and promoting gender equality. There are eight (8) Acts of Parliament governing the delivery of mandate which including, the Birth and Deaths Registration Act, National Registration Act, Marriage Act, Married Persons’ Property Act, Change of Name Act, Societies Act, Citizenship Act and the Domestic Violence Act.

People Associated With This Organization

Oratile Slave

Botswana  
Ministry of Nationality, Immigration...
Joined August 2018
Interests: Citizenship, Economic Empowerment, Gender-based violence, Governance, Women's Rights
Oratile Slave is a lawyer employed by the Attorney General's office in Botswana and seconded to the Minsitry of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs. The bulk of my work includes negotiation, drafting and giving legal advise on international and commercial Agreements which the Government of Botswana is party to as well rendering legal advise in the generating of regulations and amendment of laws under the mandate of the Ministry. I believe that this network will create a platform for me to learn and share ideas and experiences on common issues with other network members as social network.
Oratile Slave is the network champion (main point of contact) for Ministry of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs.

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