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Only half of Africans trust their national electoral commissions, and many fear violence and unfair practices during election campaigns, according to a new report by Afrobarometer. Read more
Behind Gabon’s eruption in post-election conflict, its citizens are among the strongest in Africa in their support for multiparty democracy and their rejection of non-democratic alternatives, a new analysis by Afrobarometer shows. Read more
Gabon’s presidential election dispute is playing out against a background of overwhelming public distrust of the national election commission (CENAP) and strikingly negative assessments of the country’s election environment in advance of the August 2016... Read more
Government institutions that earn the public’s trust are essential to the successful pursuit of development in Africa, a new Afrobarometer analysis suggests. Read more
Political and civic engagement by African youth is declining and is particularly weak among young women, according to new Afrobarometer survey findings. Read more
By Jan Hofmeyr, head of the Policy and Analysis Unit of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation and is Afrobarometer’s core partner director for Southern Africa. Read more
Jan Hofmeyr
Résultats du 6ème tour d’Afrobaromètre. Read more
D’après la plus récente enquête Afrobaromètre au Sénégal, l’industrie minière contribue à la création d’emplois et au développement local mais également elle dégrade l’environnement, profite aux sociétés minières étrangères, et manque de transparence. Read more
Benin, one of the lowest ranked countries in drinking water issue, benefits from authorities efforts to enhance the access to the precious liquid. Watch this report from BB24 (in French). Read more
Two new reports from Afrobarometer explore citizens’ perceptions of violent extremism and counter-extremism efforts in “hotspot” regions of Africa. Read more

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