Following the release of our poll on October 25, 2016, there have been some questions regarding our methodology. In the interest of transparency, we have published the entire anonymized results here, along with the codebook here. A primer on how to use the codebook can be found here: http://xlsform.org and CRG/BERCI are
Herbert Weiss This is the first of several essays published by the Congo Research Group(CRG) at the Center on International Cooperation in reaction to a nationwide poll conducted by CRG and the Bureau d’Études, de Recherches, et Consulting International (BERCI). You can also download this essay here. This survey by the
The Bureau d’Études, de Recherches, et Consulting International (BERCI) and the Congo Research Group (CRG) at New York University conducted a nationally representative political opinion poll across the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Between May and September 2016, researchers interviewed 7,545 people in face-to-face interviews. Some of our main findings
A little more than four months before the end of President Joseph Kabila’s term, the Democratic Republic of the Congo is on the edge of a deep political crisis. Given the many artificial delays created by the government, it will be almost impossible for elections to be held by December 2016,
Since October 2014, the region around the town of Beni in north eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) has been the site of some of the worst massacres in the country’s recent history. Over five hundred people have been killed and tens of thousands have fled their homes.
This essay provides an overview of the UN peacekeeping missions to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and argues that since 2006 the mission has been marginalized from what it does based, namely the negotiation and implementation of peace deals, and has been confined to a military approach. Download
Nineteen years after the beginning of the Congo wars, armed conflict still affects millions in the east of the country. This essay by CRG director Jason Stearns and our senior fellow Christoph Vogel accompanies a map of armed groups, compiled by researchers across North and South Kivu, in which we