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PP32: Violent extremism in Africa: Public opinion from the Sahel, Lake Chad, and the Horn
Policy Paper 32
Which African democracies are vulnerable to political instability?
An exploratory analysis suggests that public opinion survey data can be used to measure emerging risks in African political systems.
WP149: Solidarity with a sharp edge: Communal conflict and local collective action in rural Nigeria
Solidarity with a sharp edge: Communal conflict and local collective action in rural Nigeria
AD37: Is Kenya’s anti-terrorist crackdown exacerbating drivers of violent extremism?
Is Kenya's anti-terrorist crackdown exacerbating drivers of violent extremism?
Unemployment, electricity top list of Nigerian citizens’ concerns
Unemployment, a reliable supply of electricity, and poverty are the most important problems that Nigerians want their government to address, with crime/security following in fourth place, the latest Afrobarometer survey shows.
Zambians overwhelmingly oppose physical punishment
An overwhelming majority of Zambian women and men disapprove of the use of physical force to discipline wives or children, Afrobarometer’s most recent survey has revealed.
AD29: Security and armed extremism in Nigeria: Setting a new agenda
Security and armed extremism in Nigeria: Setting a new agenda
PP20: Effect of police integrity, government performance in fighting crime, and accessibility of police stations on reporting of crime in Tanzania
Policy Paper 20
Nigerians’ perceptions of security and armed extremism
Findings from the Round 6 Afrobarometer survey in Nigeria in 2015.
AD22: Gender in Namibia: Growing support for women’s leadership, concerns about violence
Gender in Namibia: Growing support for women’s leadership, concerns about violence