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Editorial offices and reporting: less diverse than society

The Reuters Institute has published a new study that sheds light on how diverse the editorial teams of large media…

Academic research: The right to information under debate

by Mohamed Khalil Jelassi The right to information is a fundamental principle in many democratic societies. It recognises the right…

CoMMPASS: Communicating Migration and Mobility – E-Learning Programs and Newsroom Applications for Sub-Saharan Africa

By AJENda correspondent  In the dynamic landscape of migration and mobility, the role of media is pivotal in shaping narratives…

AwiM conference adopts declaration on media and gender violence

By: Kemiso Wessie  African Women in Media 2023 conference. AWiM. Delegates at the recent annual African Women in Media (AWiM)…

Nkrumah-created J-school introduces curriculum in indigenous languages

By Enock Sithole  Africa’s first post-colonial journalism school is developing a curriculum in indigenous languages to empower journalists who work…

New publications on African media

Compiled by Elva Nziza, for AJENda and Afromedia.network Zaini Izzuddin via Unsplash. Media and Religion in Ethiopia: A Research Report …

Harber drops the chalk – but far from done

By Enock Sithole If there was a personification of the combination of academic and professional knowledge in journalism, it would…

UCU introduces PhD programme in journalism, media, and communication

By Enock Sithole After years of planning, the Uganda Christian University (UCU) has finally introduced a PhD programme in journalism,…

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