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Are we safe? Citizens’ views on safety and security in Kenya

Research shows that as elections draw near, 7 out of 10 citizens fear there might be violence during the 2017 General Elections; while 3 out of 10 are not worried about the possibility of violence.

Corporal punishment in schools: too much or too little?

After a recent incident in Mbeya Secondary School where a young boy was beaten ferociously by his teachers, Twaweza decided to investigate the issue of violence in schools.

Twaweza in the news | Democracy, dictatorship and demonstrations

A summary of the media coverage that Twaweza's Sauti za Wananchi received after launching a research brief on Democracy, Dictatorship and Demonstrations

Democracy, dictatorship and demonstrations: What do citizens really think?

Citizens’ support for democracy and free expression is strong. Almost all citizens (95%) think that they should be free to criticize the government when they believe it has done something wrong. Seven out of ten citizens (69%) agree that democracy is their preferred form of government.

Sauti za Wananchi monthly series | Democracy, dictatorship and demonstrations

Sauti za Wananchi presents the most recently available nationally representative data on democracy, dictatorship and demonstrations in Tanzania.

Twaweza in the news | September 2016

A brief look at the media coverage that Twaweza's Sauti za Wananchi received after launching a research brief on Government Performance.

"1, 2, 3...Vote": Designing Voting Games in Uganda

Loaded down with 75 kilograms of coins, and 20 stacks of hypothetical candidate profile cards and 10 Tupperware containers masquerading as ballot boxes, MIT GOV/LAB and Twaweza set off to study citizen engagement and voting in Uganda.
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