By Enock Sithole If there was a personification of the combination of academic and professional knowledge in journalism, it would be Professor Anton Harber. Harber worked extensively in professional media before joining academia in 2001 to pioneer the establishment of...
CoMMPASS: Communicating Migration and Mobility – E-Learning Programs and Newsroom Applications for Sub-Saharan Africa
In the dynamic landscape of migration and mobility, the role of media is pivotal in shaping narratives and fostering informed discussions. Recognising this, the “Communicating Migration and Mobility – E-Learning Programs and Newsroom Applications for Sub-Saharan Africa” (CoMMPASS) project has emerged as a transformative initiative.
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Recently promoted to full Professor, Dr Margaret Jjuuko of the University of Rwanda has been a dedicated media professional for several years, taking a particular interest in supporting women in the profession and in academia.
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Travelling across Africa brings out the reality that the continent is not homogenous, requiring a wide range of solutions, according to China Global South Project (CGSP) climate editor, Njenga Ndekere.