Dr Michael Aeby, Honorary Research Affiliate of the Institute, is participating in three panel presentations at this year's European Conference on African Studies conference in Edinburgh.
Over the past 20 years, Afrobarometer has interviewed more than a quarter million ordinary Africans across 37 countries and all regions of the continent. On May 29, Prof E. Gyimah-Boadi gave a special lecture highlighting some of the knowledge and insights generated about Africa and Africans from Afrobarometer surveys to underscore the indispensability of credible survey data to the analysis of African politics and effective policy-making.
Institute doctoral student Leonard Mbulle-Nziege has recently published an opinion piece in Democracy in Africa on Cameroon's Anglophone crisis.
Matthias Kronke and Dr Vinothan Naidoo gave our May 21st seminar on "Mapping State Capacity in Africa:
Measuring Scope, Strength and Reach".