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Namibians’ perceptions on corruption

The release of new Afrobarometer data on corruption in Namibia will take place on Wednesday July 3 from 18h00 to 20h00. The data tracks citizens’ attitudes and perceptions of the state of corruption in the country and government’s performance in combating it. The data also explores citizens’ perceptions of the risk of retaliation when reporting incidents of corruption. These findings have important implications for informing anti-corruption policies and designing effective public sensitisation campaigns.

The release event, starting at 18h00 July 3 at The Village Opera House will include a presentation and discussion on the state of corruption in Namibia.

Please confirm your attendance by 12h00. Tuesday, July 2 by emailing lizl@surveywarehouse.com.na