Many agents of society raise issues with the practice of journalism today. Many of these concerns remain weaknesses of journalism as a practice of representation.
The purpose of the Ubuntu Series is to sensitize Africans of the need and responsibility of each and everyone of us to bring about a positive change in our continent.
Over 100 participants from more than thirty countries met at the TU Dortmund to discuss new perspectives for international journalism education.
The September School on Media and Migration which took place from September 9th to the 14th in Morocco brought together journalists from two continents.
Migration has emerged as a major challenge of the 21st century. Societies in the Global South continue to suffer from a persistently unfavourable global economic structure, ineffective governments and conflicts, leading to a historical record number of migrants worldwide.
The Erich Brost Institute for International Journalism and the Institute of Journalism at TU Dortmund University, Germany, warmly invite you to the 2019 Teachers’ Conference of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA)!
Many Portuguese leave their country for Angola or Mozambique in the search for employment. They are either denied visa or Read more
For years, negotiations on Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) between the European Union and the ACP nations (Africa, Caribbean, Paciﬁc) have been stalled. According to the EU, EPAs should promote the economic development of these countries and help lift people from poverty.
The year 2017 ended with very disturbing news as reports of slave markets in Libya shocked the world, and many Read more
Migration being one of the pressing issues between Africa and Europe – “Journalism in a Global Context – Challenge Migration” has been chosen for the Spring School in Dakar.
During the colonial era Africans were taught that blackness was without value and only “white” signiﬁed quality. This was just Read more
Perhaps there has been a change of heart and those things not “typically German” are now not automatically bad or Read more
Africa’s governments had not taken the necessary time to allay the deleterious eﬀects of colonialism. The violence, hatred, humiliation, exploitation Read more