Understanding FATA: Attitudes towards Governance, Religion and Society in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Volume V)

Shinwari, Naveed Ahmad

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Abstract

The Community Appraisal & Motivation Programme (CAMP) has been conducting opinion polls of the people of FATA since 2007. The goal of the reports is to reveal the thinking and the opinions of the people so that policy makers and other influential actors will have useful, actionable information. The "Understanding FATA" research report 2011 is based on the opinions of 4,000 respondents with an equal number of males and females and 18 focus group discussions. The fifth volume of the ‘Understanding FATA’ series, among others, highlights a decline in optimism in FATA. More than two-third of people surveyed responded that 'Pakistan is going in the wrong direction.' The largest group of respondents identified 'inability to provide basic amenities' as the greatest human rights concern in FATA.

Document type: Other
Date: 2012
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 22 February 2013
ISBN: 978-969-9534-06-5
Faculties / Institutes: Organisations / Associations / Foundations > Community Appraisal & Motivation Programme (CAMP)
DDC-classification: Social sciences
Controlled Subjects: Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Ethnologie, Politik, Öffentliche Meinung
Uncontrolled Keywords: Pakistan , Stammesgebiet , Umfrage, Federally Administered Tribal Areas , Pakistan , Survey , Public Opinion
Subject (classification): Politics
Anthropology
Countries/Regions: Pakistan
Series: Themen > Understanding FATA
Volume: 5