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Find out what's happening around the Afrobarometer Network. This includes events, such as briefings for the media and guest talks by members of the Afrobarometer Executive Committee. Use the filters below to search for news, events, and more.

Visit the Afrobarometer blog where our staff and partners share insights, stories, challenges, questions, and ideas that take you behind and beyond their published papers. Use the filters below to search blog posts by topic, author, or date. We welcome your feedback; please use the Comment function at the bottom of each blog post.

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Half of Zambians aren’t happy with their democracy — and that’s a big change By Michael Bratton and Boniface Dulani. Read more
Afrobarometer Director Gyimah-Boadi honoured with MLK Award for Peace and Social Justice Prof. Gyimah-Boadi honoured for advancing democracy, good governance, and economic opportunity. Read more
Infrastructure, jobs, good governance: Bringing Africans’ priorities to the G20 table By Michael Bratton, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and African Studies at Michigan State University and senior adviser to Afrobarometer, and E. Gyimah-Boadi, Executive Director of Afrobarometer and the Ghana Center for Democratic... Read more
Afrobarometer highlights citizens’ opinions in African Governance Newsletter By Professor E. Gyimah-Boadi, Executive Director of Afrobarometer. Read more
E. Gyimah-Boadi
African citizens’ development priorities given voice in G20 policy making African citizens’ demands for jobs, reliable infrastructure, and good governance as requirements for sustainable development form part of “20 solutions”. Read more
Afrobarometer findings in Zimbabwe: A few points to consider By Brian Howard and Carolyn Logan. Read more
Book interview: This Is How We Grow Africa Book interview: This Is How We Grow Africa Read more
Poorer people in Africa face higher hurdles to access to justice By Carolyn Logan, deputy director of Afrobarometer and associate professor of political science at Michigan State University. Read more
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