Issue Papers

The following publications are issue papers. Research is carried out highlighting and analysing media related issues and trends, such as access to information, media and elections and freedom of expression online.

MISA transparency assessment 2020

The citizens' analysis of government openness in Southern Africa
Windhoek, 2020

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State of access to information in Africa 2017

research
Windhoek, 2018

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MISA transparency assessment

The citizens' analysis of government openness in Southern Africa
Windhoek, 2018

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Self-regulatory code of ethics and conduct for Namibian print, broadcast and online media

Windhoek, 2017

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Razzano, Gabrielle

Human rights and information in Africa

A reflection on trends
Windhoek, 2017

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MISA transparency assessment

2016 report on open & secretive public institutions in Southern Africa
Windhoek, 2017

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Scheffler, Andrea

The inherent danger of hate speech legislation

a case study from Rwanda and Kenya on the failure of a preventative measure
Windhoek, 2016

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Dibetso, Lethabo T.

Airing out the laundry

Gender discrimination in Zambian media workplaces
Windhoek, 2017

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Le Pelley, Mareike

Champions of internet freedom ignore online ethics at their own peril

Mareike Le Pelley. - Berlin : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Division for Internationale Cooperation, Africa Department, 2013. - 7 S. = 675 KB, PDF-File. - (Perspective
Berlin, 2013

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Lush, David

A matter of principles

self-regulation, working conditions and corruption in African journalism
Windhoek;Bonn, 2013

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Lush, David; Urgoiti, Gabriel

Participation pays

the sustainability of community broadcasting in perspective
Windhoek;Bonn, 2012

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Le Pelley, Mareike

Das Jahrzehnt der Informationsfreiheit in Afrika?

Berlin;Bonn, 2011

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Sarrazin, Tom

Texting, tweeting, mobile internet

new plattforms for democratic debate in Africa
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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Lloyd, Libby

Watchdogs and news hounds

holding the media to account - mechanisms, principles and practices from around the world
Windhoek;Bonn, 2011

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Lloyd, Libby

Media and elections in the SADC region

protocols and policies
Windhoek;Bonn, 2010

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Berger, Guy

Beyond broadcasting

the future of state-owned broadcasters in Southern Africa
Windhoek;Bonn, 2010

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Nyamnjoh, Francis B.

Africa's media

between professional ethics and cultural belonging
Windhoek;Bonn, 2010

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Krüger, Franz

Media courts of honour

self-regulatory councils in Southern Africa and elsewhere
Windhoek;Bonn, 2010

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Schellschmidt, Peter

Das "African Media Barometer" - ein Instrument zur Selbsteinschätzung der Freiheit von Meinung und Medien in Afrika

Bonn, 2007

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African media barometer

intermediate analysis of first AMB processes in 16 countries 2005/6
Bonn, 2007

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