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The chief's place

Batswana say traditional leaders strengthen democracy – but should stay out of politics.

More in Dispatch 337.

Freedom vs. engagement

Despite liberties seen as growing, Tunisians show limited citizen engagement.

See Dispatch 336.

Ignoring accountability?

Gabonese say president should be accountable to courts and Parliament, but often ignores both.

More in Dispatch 335.

No progress on power?

Accessible, reliable electricity still in short supply across Africa

More in our new Pan-Africa Profile, Dispatch 334.

Teaching tolerance?

Education could play key role in curbing intolerance for persons in same-sex relationships in Ghana

More in Working Paper 184.

Gains and gaps

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

More in Policy Paper 61.

Losing ground?

Ghanaians perceive increase in corruption level, give government low marks on fighting graft.

More in Dispatch 333.

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