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Learning Note 6: “Politicians all make the same promises”: Citizen perspectives on politics from a qualitative study (part 2)

As the national election date (25th October) approaches, the atmosphere is already charged and exciting. Here we present findings from a qualitative study on citizens attitudes to politics.

Learning Note 5: Citizen perspectives on politics — a qualitative study in context of national elections (part 1)

This post outlines the methodology we are using to understand citizens' relationship to politics and to ultimately assess the effectiveness of our current interventions around the 2015 general elections in Tanzania.

Learning Note 4: Measuring impacts of Makutano Junction

This post examines the measures used in research asking whether mass communication contributes to positive behavior change among citizens?

Singing for change?

Can artists change people's views? Even their actions? Can we use concerts to convey serious messages or are they just for fun? This monitoring brief provides insight into a campaign focused on young Ugandans, the centre-piece of which was a series of concerts.

Learning by un-doing: the magic of immersion

Every year, the entire Twaweza team closes up shop and heads to different villages in one of the countries we work in. Why do we do this? And what do we learn?

Learning Note 3: Motivating civic participation

This learning note introduces the initial findings of a research project which asked a question fundamental to Twaweza’s theory of change: does compelling mass communication contribute to positive behavior change among citizens?

Did we make it happen? An evaluation of Twaweza's first strategic period

As part of our commitment to continuous reflection and learning, an external evaluation of Twaweza took place in the second half of 2014. Read about whether we achieved our ambitious goals and really made change happen.
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