The 2018 International World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) was yesterday launched in Accra, to among others, encourage the Ghanaian media to patronise the event.
The APAI Declaration, both endorsed in 2011 by the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and adopted at the Pan African Conference on Access to Information, further promoted a movement for the advancement of information...
Radio is a powerful information tool across the globe. It caters for the information needs of people in both rural and urban areas throughout the world.
The animated film “Implementing Access to Information in Africa: Moving Forward Together” offers a solid overview of the steps and actors necessary to ensure that an effective implementation of access to information legislation...
Our annual review of human rights around the globe
Nobel prize-winning playwright and poet Wole Soyinka on how literature can help predict and prevent violent conflict
Kananga - Four journalists and technicians of a Catholic radio station have been arrested and held by Democratic Republic of Congo state security forces, who have submitted them to "serious torture", press watchdog Journalists in...
UNESCO and the Government of Ghana will partner to organize the next, 25th global celebration of World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) in Accra, Ghana from 3 to 4 May 2018 on “Media, Justice and the Rule of law”.
The Namibia Internet Governance Forum (NamIGF) is a multi-stakeholder forum that engages on issues related to Internet Governance (IG) on a national level, and how it intersects with IG developments at continental, and...
fesmedia Africa, the Sub-Saharan media project of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, invited various experts and facilitators from different African Countries and Latin America to attend a “Workshop on Communication Strategies for...
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