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Africa’s youth are more educated, less employed, and less politically engaged than their elders, Afrobarometer study shows
La jeunesse africaine est plus instruite, moins embauchée et moins engagée politiquement que ses aînés, selon une étude d’Afrobarometer
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AD735: Environmental protection: Nigerians want regulation and greater effort
Majority of citizens say pollution is a serious problem in their community.
AD734: Africa’s youth: More educated, less employed, still unheard in policy and development
Dissatisfied with democracy, young citizens are more willing than their elders to accept military takeover.
AD734: Jeunesse d’Afrique : Plus instruite, moins embauchée, toujours absente dans les débats politiques et de développement
Insatisfaits de la démocratie, les jeunes sont plus disposés que leurs aînés à accepter une prise de pouvoir militaire.
AD733: Cameroonians see police falling short of professionalism and respect for rights
Majority of citizens who encountered police say they had to pay a bribe.
AD732: Mozambicans see government support for vulnerable children as inadequate
The poor are far more likely than well-off citizens to see child abuse/neglect and out-of-school children as common problems in their community.
AD730: Os Cabo-verdianos defendem a igualdade de direitos entre homens e mulheres mas admitem que o governo precisa fazer mais
A maioria dos cidadãos afirmam que as mulheres provavelmente enfrentarão críticas ou assédio se tentarem ser eleitas para cargos públicos.
AD729: Gambians see limited support for vulnerable children, call for stronger government action
Majority of citizens endorse corporal punishment, though opposition is growing.
AD728: Sierra Leoneans urge government to tighten mining regulations to protect the environment
Most citizens call for ‘much more’ government action on pollution.