TAEF releases 2 major resources on COVID-19 and pandemics in Africa

TAEF releases 2 major resources on COVID-19 and pandemics in Africa

The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching impacts for all economic sectors, but as front-line workers, it has had acute impacts on journalists. Journalists’ financial, physical and electronic safety and security has been challenged, leading to poorer news content and impacting their capacity to fulfill their role as they should in reporting in an emergency of this nature.

Teaching Media Policy in Africa: A handbook for media educators

Teaching Media Policy in Africa: A handbook for media educators

This year, during the virtual Future of Journalism Education in Southern Africa conference, the Namibian Media Trust (NMT) is delighted to launch the ‘Teaching Media Policy in Africa: A handbook for media educators’ to help them address this gap.
The launch will take place on 16 November, 2021 at 09h00 CAT.

Learn to harness right to information law to promote human rights

Learn to harness right to information law to promote human rights

Free 4 Week Online Course focusing on The Right to Information in Africa for Supply-side Actors’ eLearning course content was developed by international experts. It aims to empower African government officials to navigate legislation and fulfil their mandate to promote information access in line with international commitments.