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Ugandans looking abroad

Young and educated citizens are most likely to consider emigration.

More in Dispatch 307.

Climate consensus

Most Ugandans see worsening drought, say climate change is making life worse.

More in Dispatch 303.

 

Support for elections: Quality and change

Africans want free and fair elections – especially if they bring change at the top

More in Policy Paper 58.

How traditional leaders strengthen the state

Unique mapping shows chiefs build legitimacy of Namibia’s government.

More in Working Paper 183.

 

Good, but not good enough

Cabo Verdeans want more government action against corruption.

More in Dispatch 304.

Lived poverty on the rise

Guineans grow pessimistic, critical of government performance.

More in Dispatch 306.

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