Stable society? CSO awareness has risen, participation remains low

Stable society? CSO awareness has risen, participation remains low

For the second consecutive year, Pact has released findings from its national survey. Conducted by the Independent Institute of Socio-Economic and Political Studies (IISEPS) the polling examines Belarusians’ attitudes towards civil society under four categories, including trust in public institutions; citizens’ awareness of civil society organizations (CSOs); the level of citizens’ involvement in civil society activities; and the level of citizens overall public/social activism. The fieldwork has place in September each year from 2012 until 2015, the sample size is the same for all four years, and interviews are face-to-face, conducted in respondents’ homes. 

Read the full text of the memo in English.

Читайте полный текст записки на русском языке.

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