• 06.11.2020

    Artistic Reflections on the Importance of Journalists

    This beautiful poem was recited in Windhoek during the act of solidarity with journalists across the continent on this year's International Day to End...

  • 05.11.2020

    Windhoek Journalists Gather in Solidarity for the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists

    2 November 2020

    Approximately 100 journalists and media students gathered in Independence Avenue to show solidarity with their colleagues across the...

  • 09.09.2020

    Launch of Short Video - Access to Information (ATI) for ALL

    fesmedia Africa is proud to launch our fully Namibian production on Access to Information (ATI) – the short video “ATI for ALL” which highlights the...


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Our Themes

Robust legal standards, frameworks and instruments

Robust legal standards, frameworks and instruments

The rights to freedom of expression, freedom of information and media freedom allow people to actively take part in and contribute to social, cultural and political life in their societies.

Effective implementation of legal frameworks

Effective implementation of legal frameworks

The adoption of robust legal frameworks and instruments is, by itself, not enough for the enjoyment of rights. What is established on paper must still be realised in practice.

Media resilience and effective communication

Media resilience and effective communication

A healthy media landscape is one which is resilient and responsive to the dynamic and ever-evolving social, political and economic conditions of its context.

  • African Media Barometer

    Our flagship African Media Barometer provides a home grown analysis of the health of the media landscape across 31 countries in Africa.


  • Breakfast Meeting

    The breakfast meetings aim to enable civil society and other actors to articulate, represent and advance their interests and causes to effectively influence policies and policy-making.


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Federation of African Journalists (FAJ)

The Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) is a continental body of journalists’ trade unions in the media industry in Africa.


Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC)

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Article 19

ARTICLE 19 envisages a world where people are free to speak their opinions, to participate in decision-making and to make informed choices about their lives.


Media Rights Agenda (MRA)

Media Rights Agenda (MRA) is an independent NGO for the purpose of protecting media freedom and freedom of expression in Nigeria.


Namibia Media Trust

The Trust aims to reflect and promote the values and principles of press freedom, free speech and independent journalism in Namibia.


FES Connect

Connecting people, in the spirit of social democracy, we source and share content in English from the German and international network of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.


Fesmedia Latin America

In 2001 the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung created FES Media, a regional communication analysis unit for Latin America.


Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA)

The MFWA is the biggest and most influential media development and freedom of expression advocacy organisation in West Africa.


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