Navigating Civic Space in a Time of COVID-19: Mozambique Country Report

Published on 1 January 2021

This report builds on the Action for Empowerment and Accountability (A4EA) research project Navigating Civic Space, which seeks to analyse the extent to which Covid-19 is contributing to the opening or closing of space for civic action in three countries, Mozambique, Nigeria and Pakistan.

Focusing on Mozambique, the report uses theoretical and methodological tools produced by the work stream and is essentially structured around the three main research questions: What is known about the civic space trend in Mozambique before the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic?; How are different actors responding to the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the civic space in Mozambique?; What are the medium and long term implications for governance in Mozambique?

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Pereira, C. and Forquilha, S. (2021) 'Navigating Civic Space in a Time of COVID-19: Mozambique Country Report', Maputo: Institute for Social and Economic Studies

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