OUR MEMBERS

Africa Freedom of Information Centre (AFIC)

A pan-African NGO and resource centre that promotes the right of access to information through comparative research, coordinating regional advocacy, facilitating information-sharing and capacity building.

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Center for Media Studies and Peacebuilding (CEMESP)

The Center for Media Studies and Peace building (CEMESP) is one of Liberia’s leading media development organizations. The Center was legally established on October 24, 2003 in response to the challenges confronting professional media practice and free speech as a result of years of conflict in Liberia and the ongoing peace processes.

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Human Rights Network of Journalists- Uganda (HRNJ-U)

HRNJ-Uganda was established in 2005 by a group of human rights-minded journalists who developed a sense of activism amidst a deteriorating context due to glaring abuses targeting the media. The network gained formal registration as an independent non-profit and non-partisan media organisation in 2006.

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Journaliste en Danger (JED)

Journaliste en Danger (JED) est une organisation indépendante et non partisane de promotion et défense de la liberté de presse crée en 1998. JED est membre de IFEX (International Freedom of Expression Exchange), le plus grand réseau mondial des défenseurs de la liberté d'expression basé à Toronto (Canada).

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Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA)

The mission of the MFWA is to promote, defend, protect, consolidate and expand the fundamental freedom of expression of all persons particularly the media, communication professionals, organisations and human rights defenders in West Africa

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Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA)

MISA has positioned itself as the primary advocate for media freedom and freedom of expression in southern Africa. MISA programmes have grown and now have a global outreach especially through the media violations monitoring programme.

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Media Rights Agenda (MRA)

MRA is registered in Nigeria and has Observer Status with the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights.

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National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ)

Set up in August 2002 as an association called Somali Journalists Network (SOJON) to promote and protect freedom of the press and the interests of journalists after the former Transitional National Government of Somalia prepared and approved a repressive media law.

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West African Journalists Association (WAJA)

International Press Centre (IPC)

The International Press Centre – lPC, Lagos Nigeria is officially registered, through trusteeship, as a not-for-profit, non-governmental and independent media resource centre. Though based in south western Nigeria its activities extend to the rest of the country and the West African sub-region.

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Institute for Media and Society (IMS)

The Institute for Media and Society is an independent, non-governmental organization based in Nigeria. The institute was established in April 2000 but incorporated by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in June 2004.

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Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS)

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