Discussion

Afrobarometer Public Briefing

Elections, opposition political parties and trust in institutions

The UJ Centre for the Study of Democracy and the UJ Library in partnership with the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung invite you to attend The fourth release of Afrobarometer’s latest survey data.

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Afrobarometer is a pan-African, non-partisan research network that conducts public attitude

surveys on democracy, governance, economic conditions, and related issues across more than 30 countries in

Africa. Five rounds of surveys were conducted between 1999 and 2013, and Round 6 surveys were completed

in 2014-2015). (Afrobarometer conducts face-to-face interviews in the language of the respondent’s choice with

representative samples nationally of between 1,200 and 2,400 respondents.)

The Afrobarometer team in South Africa is led by the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation and Plus94 Research.

RSVP By 13 May 2016 to Theodorah Modise at licevents@uj.ac.za or 011 559 2264

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Venue

University of Johannesburg (UJ)
Kingsway Avenue,
2006 Johannesburg
Südafrika
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Alternative venue

University of Johannesburg

Arrival

Speakers

  • Prof Steven Friedman – Director: Centre for the Study of Democracy
    • University of Johannesburg / Rhodes University
  • Dr Holger Dix – Resident Representative: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
    • Anyway Chingwete
      • Sibusiso Nkomo – Afrobarometer
    Sibusiso Nkomo (Afrobarometer) nach seiner Vorstellung der aktuellen Ergebnisse der Afrobarometer-Umfrage Eigene Aufnahme
    Professor Steven Friedman von der University of Johannesburg (UJ) gab ein Impulsreferat über die anstehenden Kommunalwahlen 2016 Eigene Aufnahme
    Veranstaltungsteilnehmer Eigene Aufnahme
    Die Diskussion wurde moderiert von Jan Hofmeyr, Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (links) Eigene Aufnahme

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