The African Platform on Access to Information (APAI) Working Group would like to officially thank all government partners, civil society members, and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)...
The ultimate goal for regulating media should be to protect and deepen the fundamental right of all citizens to express themselves freely.
A new and unique Investigative Journalism (IJ) project has been launched in Harare with the view to expose the growing cancer of corruption which is reportedly costing the country billions of dollars in lost revenue.
Friday September 16th, 2016 8h00 - 13h00 Safari Hotel, Windhoek
About the Day 2016 is the first year of UNESCO marking 28 September as the “International Day for Universal Access to Information” (IDUAI). On 17 November 2015, UNESCO adopted a resolution (38 C/70) declaring 28 September of...
Peter died on 7 June 2016 at the age of 71 after a long battle with cancer.
THE Editors' Forum of Namibia (EFN) has expressed concern that although Namibia continues to fare very well in Africa and the world in terms of press freedom, elements of harassment and regulation could threaten the status quo.
THE African Platform on Access to Information working group and other civil society organisations have written to the World Bank to express concern about the downgrade on the global right to information agenda.
One in three people on the planet is an Internet user.1 It has emerged as a new lived space and reality for citizens, and thus also a new space in which human rights has to be considered. In the early days of the Internet, many...