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Short, specialised courses will improve quality of journalism

OPINION

Training institutions need to closely connect the classroom with the newsroom and syncing it with the needs of the fast-changing media industry.

Short, specialised courses will improve quality of journalism

By David Omwoyo | 3 months ago

Breaking the silence: Women journalists fight harassment in the newsroom

Breaking the silence: Women journalists fight harassment in the newsroom

The research established that only 30 per cent of sexual harassment cases in the media industry are reported to the authorities.

Winfrey Owino | 3 months ago

Stop the bias against women journalists

There is always the perpetual accusation that women in the media sleep their way to the top.

Julie Masiga | 2 years ago

Three brave women journalists win awards

It takes courage to report the news in many parts of the world. Each year, the International Women's Media Foundation honors that courage and promotes the importance of a free press with its Courage in Journalism Awards, the only international awards that recognize the bravery of women journalists.

| 9 years ago

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