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The Wits China-Africa Reporting Project, hosted within the Journalism Department of the University of Witwatersrand, aims to improve the quality of reporting around China-Africa issues. Despite the expanding links between the two regions media reporting has often been inadequate or polarised, either portraying China as an exploiting predator or a benign development partner. The project aims to encourage balanced and considered reporting as the topic of China-Africa relations is further entrenched in the editorial narrative of both regions. ... [according to site editor's information]
2. European Journalism Centre and Kenyan Partner Release Development Reporting Guide for African Journalists
The European Journalism Centre together with Nairobi-based AfricaonAir has released Reporting Development: A Guide for African Journalists, a new publication and resource tailored for media professionals in Africa. This new version of Reporting Development focuses on time-honored techniques for producing top quality high-impact development reportages, while heavily localizing for the particular contexts and constraints that many African journalists face regularly [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
This handbook provides a distinctly African perspective on how to create direct linkages between consumers of information and development projects by using words and images that communicate and resonate with ease. Development issues can seem dull and flat but they can create a huge impact in society if turned into lively and robust stories expertly and skillfully told by creative journalists [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
The David Astor Journalism Awards Trust (DAJAT) is a London-based human rights charity that works to promote, strengthen and support independent journalism in Africa. Established in 2006, the Trust runs an innovative programme for African journalists focusing on professional development and long-term career support. The programme currently operates in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
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