Veranstaltungen - Medienprogramm Subsahara-Afrika
KAS Conference on Political Speech Writing
Political speech writers exchange notes and share insights
Conference on Social Media Networks
The challenges of and with social media in Sub-Sahara Africa
KAS Media Africa is due to host a conference on social media networks – gathering almost 20 experts from across the continent, the US and Europe. The conversations will explore various issues – such as hate speech and misinformation that have been enabled or worsened by the proliferation of the world’s social media giants, their owners and the billions of people who use them. At the conference, the participants will discuss the legal landscape in various jurisdictions, and the moderation of unlawful and dangerous content on these platforms.
Présentation des livres
Book launch: Media Law Handbook for Southern Africa (Second Edition)
Convite para o Lançamento da Obra: Media Law Handbook for Southern Africa (2nd Edition) (Manual de Direito da Comunicação Social na África Austral – 2ª Edição)
It has been a decade since the first edition of the Southern Africa Media Law Handbook was published by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa (KAS). Since then, several laws have been re-written, revised and new ones introduced. To record these changes, while also adding new country chapters – Seychelles, Mauritius and Mozambique, KAS is presenting the second edition of the handbook.
Credibility Crisis Conference 2022 - Cadenabbia, Italy
Experts gather to discuss the threats against media credibility in Africa and Europe
KAS Media Africa will gather a mix of 11 seasoned media professionals –journalists and publishers from across Africa, Europe and the United States to this year’s Media Credibility Crisis Conference.
#AfricaBlogging Conference 2022 – Grand-Bassam, Côte d’Ivoire
Bloggers gather to discuss political developments on the continent and innovation and sustainability in the blogging world
KAS Media Africa will gather 15 bloggers and journalists from English-speaking and Francophone countries in Africa to this year’s #AfricaBlogging conference.
Conference on Local Journalism
Chances and challenges
KAS Media Africa is due to host a conference on local journalism – bringing together 20 academics and senior editors from 11 countries to exchange views on this subject. Topics and presentations at this gathering include ethics and training in local journalism, ways for print journalism to catch up with the digital space in local news, and the challenges of philanthropy. The participants will also hear about case studies of 21 local media organisations around the globe, and discuss the future of local news.
Le journalisme de santé en Afrique francophone à l'époque du Covid-19 et au-delà
Health journalism in Francophone Africa in Covid-19 times and beyond
KAS Media Africa organise une conférence sur le journalisme de santé avec un accent particulier sur l'Afrique francophone. L'événement, qui aura lieu à Dakar, au Sénégal, du 20 au 23 janvier, réunira 20 participants d'Afrique et d'ailleurs - journalistes, experts et autres acteurs du domaine de la santé et de la médecine.
10th KAS E-lection Bridge Conference - Gaborone, Botswana
Building a bridge between the players in modern political communication, from Africa and abroad, amid the pandemic.
KAS Media Africa hosts the 10th edition of the leading meeting on political communication and campaigning strategies on the continent. The event has an impressive speaker line-up. Panel discussions will offer an additional opportunity for communication experts, political scientists, and politicians to exchange views.
Présentation des livres
Pioneers, Rebels, and a few Villains
150 Years of Journalism in Eastern Africa
This 310-page publication discusses the defining moments, key events, phases and some faces and personalities that have - however differently - inspired, or contributed to, the growth of journalism in Eastern Africa since 1871. The book , spanning 13 chapters and authored by journalists from across the region, covers 16 nations.