About Media Helping
Media Helping Media (MHM) exists to provide free training resources for
those involved in the media in transition states, post-conflict
countries and areas where the media is still developing.
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The News Manual is a
free online resource for journalists, would-be journalists, educators
and people interested in the media. It has developed from the
three-volume book 'The News Manual', which was published with the help
of UNESCO as a practical guide to people entering the profession and to
support mid-career journalists wanting to improve their skills.
The CJA is an
association for the individual journalist, many of them struggling in
their not-so-free environments. As such it will never be rich or
all-powerful. Its strength comes from quiet work and moral influence in
speaking for journalists throughout the Commonwealth, defending their
interests, and trying to make them better at what they do.
GPU aims to be a
champion of press freedom and the right of journalists to practice their
profession in The Gambia. To that end it has taken issues with the
government of the day in both the first and the second republics and is
particularly concerned about the anti-press legislation programme of the
present government. Through mass sensitisation campaigns and court
action, it has succeeded in having the government repeal the Media
Commission Act with its draconian provisions and repressive measures.
The MFWA is a regional
independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Accra.
It was founded in 1997 to defend and promote the rights and freedom of
the media and all forms of expression.
The Committee to
Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization founded in
1981. We promote press freedom worldwide by defending the rights of
journalists to report the news without fear of reprisal.