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11.04.2018

VACANCY: Programme Coordinator

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04.04.2018

Ghana: 2018 International World Press Freedom Day to Be Held in Ghana

The 2018 International World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) was yesterday launched in Accra, to...


18.04.2018

Experts fear police ‘overreach’ in arrest of teen in website breach

Internet law experts are questioning the arrest of a 19-year-old Halifax man for an...


15.04.2018

NMT condemns attempt by the Namibia Central Intelligence Service to censor, silence media

The Namibia Media Trust (NMT) condemns an attempt this week by the Namibia Central...


Tanzanians’ views on information and public debate

 

This brief presents data on citizens’ experiences of accessing information and their views on the media and freedom of speech.

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Africa’s Media Deficit and Access to Knowledge

 

When citizens have no access to media or only limited access to media their “freedom to seek, receive and impart information of all kinds” is restricted. Where this position exists, citizens are experiencing a media deficit that affects their access to knowledge.

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