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Limits of gender equality

Poor, uneducated Mozambicans less likely to see improvement in opportunities for women.

More in Dispatch 291.

Also available in Portuguese.

 

Better but not good enough?

Africans see progress – though uneven – in government delivery of basic services.

More in Dispatch 290.

In search of opportunity

Young and educated Africans most likely to consider moving abroad.

See our Pan-Africa Profile on migration in Dispatch 288.

Better health

Burkinabe see improving health care delivery, but gaps persist in serving the poor and some regions.

More in Dispatch 287.

Moving on land

Namibians look to social movement to prompt government action on land reform.

More in Dispatch 289.

Democracy in Africa

Demand, supply, and the ‘dissatisfied democrat’.

More in Policy Paper 54.

In and out of Morocco

Jobs loom large in citizens’ attitudes toward migration

More in Dispatch 285.

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