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Selon le Baromètre de la Corruption, une personne sur quatre doit verser des pots-de-vin pour accéder aux services en Afrique Le nouveau Baromètre Mondial de la Corruption – Afrique 2019, publié à l'occasion de la Journée Africaine de Lutte Contre la Corruption par Transparency International et Afrobaromètre, révèle que plus d'une personne sur quatre qui ont eu accès... Read more
Les Africains désirent des élections de bonne qualité – surtout celles porteuses d’alternance (Afrobaromètre) La plupart des Africains soutiennent que les élections démocratiques constituent le meilleur moyen de choisir leurs dirigeants – si ces élections sont libres et transparentes, et surtout lorsqu’elles sont porteuses d'alternance de leadership, selon... Read more
Afrobarometer lays foundation for ‘next generation’ of giving voice to African citizens Moving from pioneering project to pan-African institution, the research network Afrobarometer will enter its third decade with a new structure emphasizing partnership, capacity building, and sustainability, Executive Director E. Gyimah-Boadi said... Read more
Eight African research organizations honored by Afrobarometer Zimbabwe’s Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI) heads a list of eight African organizations honoured this week for outstanding contributions to the pan-African research network. Read more
Le soutien à la liberté des médias recule en Afrique (enquêtes d’Afrobaromètre) D'après de nouveaux résultats d’enquêtes d'Afrobaromètre à travers l'Afrique, le soutien populaire à la liberté des médias a chuté à moins de la moitié des adultes du continent. Read more
Afrobarometer director elected to National Academy of Sciences Afrobarometer Executive Director E. Gyimah-Boadi has been elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences Read more
Sudanese protests align with democratic aspirations and dissatisfactions of the majority Mass protests demanding political change in Sudan are consistent with democratic aspirations and dissatisfactions of a majority of the population, Afrobarometer public-opinion survey findings show. Read more
South Africans give the government a failing grade on immigration, split on how to manage immigrant influx A majority of South Africans say the government is doing a poor job of managing immigration, an issue that is back in the headlines after recent xenophobic attacks in Durban. Read more
South Africans express economic unease, hope for improvement, survey shows As Africa’s most advanced economy struggles with high unemployment and eroding consumer purchasing power, South African citizens share a deep sense of economic unease, Afrobarometer’s recent survey suggests. Read more
Lived poverty on the rise in South Africa, Afrobarometer survey shows More South Africans are going without enough food, clean water, and other basic necessities as “lived poverty” in the country increased compared to 2015, Afrobarometer’s latest survey shows. Read more

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