Events

Sibusiso Nkomo giving a presentation in Maputo on Tolerance Day 2016

Here’s a selective listing of events of interest to the Afrobarometer network and its stakeholders.

To submit upcoming events for this page, please send basic details (who, what, when, where, why, along with email address and phone number) to wmacharia[at]afrobarometer.org

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Elections, opposition political parties and trust in institutions. The UJ Centre for the Study of Democracy and the UJ Library in partnership with the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung invite you to attend The fourth release of Afrobarometer’s latest survey data. Read more
How much progress has South Africa made since 1994? Afrobarometer release on the economy, political system, and discrimination. Read more
Tolerance in Africa Latest pan-African results on tolerance in 33 African countries surveyed in 2014 and 2015. Read more
Survey Findings on Citizen Priorities, Poverty, and Access to Infrastructure Afrobarometer presentation on Survey Findings on Citizen Priorities, Poverty, and Access to Infrastructure. Read more
Snapshots of South Africa's democracy at 21: Afrobarometer 2015 results on democracy, immigration, and trade unions. Afrobarometer 2015 results on democracy, immigration, and trade unions Read more
Poverty global release: Citizens’ Continental Conference in Addis Ababa Presentation of the survey findings, during the 6th Citizens’ Continental Conference in Addis Ababa on Friday, 21 January Read more
Improving infrastructure for growth and livelihoods in Africa Afrobarometer Network and the University of Nairobi’s Institute for Development Studies (IDS), will launch the second Africa release of Afrobarometer data on improving infrastructure for growth and livelihoods in Africa. Read more
Global release event on Africans’ top priorities Global release event in Dakar, Senegal on Africans’ top problems and priorities: New data from Afrobarometer Read more
IDS@50 Conference at the University of Nairobi Our core partner, the Institute for Development Studies will host the IDS@50 Conference from 18 to 21 November 2015 at the University of Nairobi. Read more
Popular opinions on democracy Afrobarometer / Campaign for Good Governance release event on opinions of Sierra Leoneans on democracy. Read more

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