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26.01.2023 | Blog

Since the independence of Mauritius in 1968, the media of the island - both print and broadcast - have been key actors in building a peaceful and…


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15.12.2022 | Blog

Broadly, Zimbabwe’s media landscape has been governed by a highly restricted framework and this has spurred interest in the use of social media…


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29.11.2022 | Blog
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It was during the COVID-19 pandemic in November, 2020—a cold evening, at our graduation ceremony for the 3rd cohort of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung…


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25.11.2022 | Blog

We live in an era where the effects of globalisation are felt by literally every country on the planet. Globalisation and technological innovations…


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23.11.2022 | Blog

World over, media freedom is an essential pillar of democracy. A sacred institution that is responsible for informing the citizens of the successes…


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The Southern African experience


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21.11.2022

A vacancy exists for a Financial Officer / Accountant at Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung.


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17.11.2022

Digital Rights and Access to Information Series


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09.11.2022 | Blog
Human Rights Approach

Fake news. Disinformation. Propaganda—whatever you call it, is a pressing problem bedeviling societies in sub-Saharan Africa.


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04.11.2022 | Blog

It is my observation that in many countries, investigating and making critical comments relating to corruption, trafficking, and human rights…


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