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#DemokrasiaYetu | an open discussion on civic space in Tanzania

Although conversation alone is not enough to bring change, it can create shared understandings and common ground.

Njoo Tuongee: bringing Ministers and citizens together

In our first episode which will be aired today, November 3, 2017, at 630 pm at StarTv where we will be with Hon. January Makamba – Minister of State in the Vice President’s Office for Union Affairs and Environment.

Call for Submissions: Art Competition - Art and Democracy

Twaweza and Nafasi Art Space are pleased to announce a Visual Art Competition and Exhibition on the theme of art, democracy and civic space.

Tanzania: Unfinished Business?

Tanzanians' views on the stalled constitution-making process. Citizens are divided on some accountability measures including stopping foreign bank accounts for leaders and civil servants (54% in support), term limits for MPs (52% in support) and having transparency and accountability as part of the core set of national values (48% support).

Unfinished business? Tanzanians’ views on the stalled constitutional review process

A full 2 out of 3 Tanzanians (67%) think that it is important for the country to get a new constitution. Over half of citizens (56%) think that the final draft Constitution should be voted on in a public referendum.

Sauti Za Wananchi monthly series | Unfinished business

Sauti za Wananchi is presenting the most recently available nationally representative data around Tanzanians’ views on the Constitution-making process.

My Teachers, My Heroes | Celebrating Teachers' Day 2017

Uwezo Manager, Zaida Mgalla, has written a short poem in appreciation of teachers everywhere to mark Teachers' Day 2017.
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