One day conference: Disinformation effects on minority and minoritized languages

DISINFORMATION EFFECTS ON MINORITY AND MINORITIZED LANGUAGES: Diagnosing the Problem, Identifying Solutions, Creating Knowledge Networks When: July 1st, 2024 Where:…

New Book Alert: Digital Media and the Preservation of Indigenous Languages in Africa: Toward a Digitalized and Sustainable Society

Digital Media and the Preservation of Indigenous Languages in Africa: Toward a Digitalized and Sustainable Society by Fulufhelo Oscar Makananise,…

Zimbabwe Journalism Educators Network launches in June

Organisers are excited to announce the launch of the Zimbabwe Journalism Educators Network (ZIJEN) on 14 June 2024 at Great…

Minimum consensus or overblocking? How justified is the criticism of the European Media Freedom Act?

Press freedom is not the same everywhere in Europe. In an attempt to establish EU-wide standards for press freedom, the…

‘World News’ without the rest of the world: The marginalisation of the Global South in the USA’s most widely covered news programme

In 2022, just around 3 per cent of the airtime of the most widely covered US news programme, ABC World…

UNESCO initiative boosts journalism education in Africa

By Enock Sithole A UNESCO initiative to strengthen journalism education in Africa has seen more than 735 journalism students, 556…

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