Afrobarometer: What do we know of African countries based on survey data?
What are Africans thinking about migration and democracy? Afrobarometer has the answers.
Afrobarometer is a pan-African research institution formed in 1999 conducting public attitude surveys in over 30 African countries. It collects survey data on a regular basis on themes such as democracy, governance, the economy and society. So far, Afrobarometer has released seven rounds of surveys, and has established itself as the world’s leading source of data on African opinions. This year, it is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland has the honor to welcome to Finland distinguished experts from the Afrobarometer team. They will present their research results in an English-speaking seminar open to the public at the House of the Estates (Snellmaninkatu 9 –11) on 21 October at 9.30–11.45. There will be room for discussion based on questions from the audience.Programme of the day
Registration and coffee
Key highlights of Afrobarometer Round 7 survey data by the Afrobarometer team
Questions and discussion
Please register by Friday, 16 October using this link.