South Africa Institute of International Affairs

Founding Year: 1934


Budget: $25m

Fred Phaswana (Chairman)

SAIIA is a non-governmental research institute. It focuses on South Africa’s and Africa’s international relations; providing analysis, promoting dialogue, and contributing to African policymaking in a dynamic global context. Their work spans foreign policy, governance, the environment, economic policy and social development, linking local experiences with global debates.

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South Africa Institute of International Affairs contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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