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Gains and gaps

African women face persistent disadvantages in education, jobs, control of assets, and digital access.

More in Policy Paper 61.

Change ahead

Experience and awareness of climate change in Africa.

More in Policy Paper 60.

Delivering dissatisfaction

Gambians’ list of priorities sends clear message to government: Focus on service delivery.

See Dispatch 322.

Guinea governance

Citizens want accountable government and presidential term limits.

More in Dispatch 328.

Reputation and reality

Is Benin’s democracy living up to its image?

More in Dispatch 321.

'Updata-ing' the narrative about African migration

Joint publication on #AfricanMigrations with Mo Ibrahim Foundation offering data -- in place of long-held myths -- as a basis for policy action.

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Free but dissatisfied?

In Cabo Verde, satisfaction with democracy drops along with approval of government’s economic performance.

More in Dispatch 319.



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