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Twaweza in the news: Political Partiess Bill

Media coverage on our analysis of the proposed amendments to the Political Parties Act.

Are our children learning beyond the basic skills?

Learning levels among the Primary 5 and 6 pupils in English and Mathematics are low across the assessed districts.

Statement on Proposed Amendments to The Political Parties Act (2002)

We, as independent civil society organisations who uphold democratic values, seek to add our views and voices to the debate with a view to finding a constructive way forward, which both safeguards our young, hard-won democracy while allowing for appropriate regulation of the registration of political parties.

Model Political Parties Bill 2018

Twaweza with other civil society organisations has worked together to develop a Model Political Parties Bill 2018 to address issues and challenge the proposed amendments to the Political Parties Act.

Walking the Line: Navigating Tanzania’s Closing Civic Space

Tanzanian civil society organizations walk a tightrope in Tanzania’s increasing hostile political environment.

RISE Tanzania is hiring!

Twaweza is hiring immediately for a Dar es Salaam-based Program Associate on the RISE Tanzania Research Project. The position offers the opportunity to work closely with leading experts in the field of global education.

SDG 4 Data Digest: Data to Nurture Learning

SDG 4 includes targets to ensure improvements in the quality of teaching, the inclusion of skills for a modern and increasingly digital society and ensuring that children and youth are not only in the classroom but also learning.
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