Pathways to Media Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: Reflections from a Regional Consultation

A publication by CIMA describing how to ensure that African media organizations remain viable players in the changing political and economic landscape, new coalitions need to be built and existing ones strengthened. More capacity should be built to enable research into fast-evolving areas of the media such as digital, mobile, and social media, and the questions concerning freedom, independence, and sustainability that arise from this new and rapidly shifting arena. Instead of merely adding more networks and linking existing ones together across the region in a show of solidarity, there is a need for strategic thought around the type of collaborations needed in the region. Authors: Herman Wasserman and Nicholas Benequista.

Year Country Organisation Author Type
2017 Africa Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) report
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Intermediate Outcome 3 collaboration, sustainability