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In this new survey report, Congolese Seek Democratic Politicians: Between a Thirst for Accountability and Social Dissatisfaction, the Congo Research Group (CRG) and Ebuteli, its research partner in the DRC, with the Bureau d'études, de recherche et de consulting international (Berci), note a persistent distrust of institutions and a decried security policy.

Aug 30, 2022

In this new analysis, the Congo Research Group and Ebuteli, its research partner in the DRC, along with the Bureau d’études, de recherche et de consulting international (BERCI) reveals three major lessons about women in the Congolese political arena based on a survey conducted between April and May 2022.

Aug 24, 2022

The Congo Research Group and Ebuteli, its research partner in the DRC, along with the Bureau d’études, de recherche et de consulting international (BERCI) discuss Congolese sentiments on the upcoming 2023 elections in their latest analysis note, 2023 elections: The Congolese have no illusions based on a survey conducted between April and May 2022.

Aug 19, 2022

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been experiencing tensions between MONUSCO and the population for several days. Faced with the deterioration of the security situation in the country’s eastern region, the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping force is accused of not protecting civilians. Deployed in the DRC since 2000, MONUSCO has seen a marked decline in public opinion of its image.

Aug 05, 2022

Economic development issues are becoming increasingly geopolitical, as the form and importance of today’s agreement in Turkey on grain exports between Russia and Ukraine demonstrates. While today’s crucial agreement and the war of food security narratives between Russia and the West rightly grab the latest headlines, outside of the media spotlight development competition is also heating up between China and the West.

Jul 19, 2022
Sarah Cliffe, Karina Gerlach
China, Europe, United States

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