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Twenty-five years ago, professors Michael Bratton, E. Gyimah-Boadi, and Robert Mattes envisioned a world in which Africa’s development is anchored in the realities and aspirations of its people.

Their roadmap: Give citizens a voice in policy making by documenting their experiences and preferences.

Today Afrobarometer stands as a testament to their vision – the gold standard for surveys in Africa, carrying the voices of ordinary Africans to decision makers around the globe.

Join us on 5 July as we honour these visionary leaders. They will take us on a journey back to the beginning and share stories about pivotal moments and the passion that has fueled our growth over the past quarter-century.

Save the date and be part of this celebration.