Events - Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa
Book launch - Presse francophone en Afrique de l'Ouest: Expériences et Réflections de pionniers
A new book, written by Gérard Guèdègbé and titled Presse francophone en Afrique de l'Ouest: Expérieneces et Réflections de pionniers, discusses the history of journalism in West Africa.
E-lection Bridge Academy in Grand-Bassam, Côte d'Ivoire
KAS Media Africa is gathering ten young politicians from Benin, Côte d'Ivoire, Niger and Togo for a two-day workshop. This event, to be held in Grand-Bassam, will offer training in political communication in the digital age.
Radio Days Africa 2019
Presented by the WITS Radio Academy, the 10th edition of Radio Day Africa will see around 300 radio managers, owners, practitioners and enthusiasts gather in Johannesburg for this two and a half day conference. The agenda covers all tiers of radio - public, online, community and commercial - and preliminary topics include production skills, creating radio dramas, online radio trends and master classes in story-telling.
Media and Migration: Telling Moving Stories
KAS Media Africa, in associated with the Institute for the Advancement of Journalism (IAJ) will host the conference at the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Center and it will be attended by journalists and researchers working in the area of migration. It will focus on media reporting on migration and refugees and how the narratives, attitudes and debates differ in the various regions of Africa and Europe.
9th E-lection Bridge Konferenz
Banjul, The Gambia
Building a bridge between the players in modern political communication - that is the goal of the KAS E-lection Bridge conference that brings together leading campaign experts from sub-Saharan Africa and Germany. This year the KAS welcomes the experts in Banjul from March 3rd to 7th, 2019.
Crisis and War Reporting Conference
Changing Narratives: Crisis and war reporting in and about Africa – 25 years after the genocide in Rwanda
KAS Media Africa is hosting a 2-day journalism conference on crisis and war reporting in and about Africa, featuring renowned international speakers like Michela Wrong (UK), Jean-Philippe Rémy (France), Catherine Gicheru (Kenya), Mel Bunce (UK) and Sheila Kawamara (Uganda).
African Investigative Journalism Conference
African Investigative Journalism Conference
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Our story, our message - our votes?
E-lection Bridge Africa: South by Southwest in Namibia
Cross-border exchange occurred everywhere. Political communication in Africa was the topic of conversations in the seminar room, during the coffee break, even in the shuttle to the conference building. That’s how it happened at the KAS E-lection Bridge Africa: South by Southwest, which took place on April 18-19, 2012 in rural Namibia. The regional event with participants from six African countries was organised and conducted in close cooperation with KAS Namibia under the direction of Country Representative, Holger Haibach.
Prayers, Campaign Songs and Lots of Applause
The E-lection Bridge Africa West in Ghana
A quiet prayer to begin with, in the middle fiery campaign songs and at the end cheerful applause for the speaker: the KAS Media Africa workshop titled, ‘Media Training and Strategy: How to reach the voter’, reflected the colourful diversity of political communication in the West African country of Ghana. The seminar for members of the democratic opposition took place under the umbrella of E-lection Bridge Africa on 6. and 7. February 2012 in Accra, in close cooperation with the local KAS country programme.
AMLF 2011: Annual Highlight to Africa's Top Media Executives
Delegates from 48 countries mades the Continent's most important marketplace a resounding success
The Tunisian Prime Minister was beaming during the introduction of the KAS Media Africa representative. “I know the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung,” exclaimed Beji Caid el Sebsi, a former Ambassador in Bonn, and made the compliment, “You do great work.” In May 2011 the foundation sent Klaus Lötzer as country manager to Tunisia. Now the regional Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa was there to support the annual African Media Leaders Forum (AMLF) in Tunis. The leading media marketplace on the continent took place November 9-11, 2011 in the “Capital of the Arab Spring,” as a media professional remarked.
Neue Techniken, harte Fakten und regionaler Austausch
„Power Reporting“ – Mehr als 270 Teilnehmer bei Afrikas führender Konferenz auf dem Feld des Investiga
Nachdenklich blickt Ray Hartley vom Rednerpult in das sehr gut besuchte Auditorium. Ein Simultandolmetscher übersetzt die Frage eines französischsprachigen Journalisten aus dem Senegal ins Englische: Ob Hartley in dem „Protection of Information“-Gesetz, das die südafrikanische Regierungspartei African National Congress (ANC) verabschieden will, eine Bedrohung für die freie Presselandschaft sehe? Der Redakteur der südafrikanischen Sunday Times antwortet mit einem „Jein“. Seiner Meinung nach bedroht die sich einschleichende Selbstzensur die Branche derzeit mehr als die aktuelle Gesetzgebung.
Bewusstsein für den Klimawandel schaffen
Das Themen-Modul „Klima und Energie“ auf der führenden Konferenz zum Investigativen Journalismus
„Neun Gletscher gab es vor einigen Jahrzehnten noch auf dem Kilimandscharo – heute sind es nur noch drei“, sagt John Vidal. Im Auditorium 1 des FNB-Building der University of Witwatersrand haben sich zahlreiche Zuhörer versammelt, um dem Umweltredakteur der renommierten britischen Tageszeitung „The Guardian“ zuzuhören. Der bekannte Experte warnt: „Extreme Wetterbedingungen werden zunehmen.“ Besonders der afrikanische Kontinent werde die Folgen des Klimawandels zu spüren bekommen.
"A milestone and a highlight"
Highway Africa and PACAI: The media siblings from Cape Town
Highway Africa and the Pan African Conference on Access to Information (PACAI), affiliated conferences supported by KAS Media Africa, made Cape Town the media capital of southern Africa in September 2011. As one of 250 journalists in the midst of it: reporter Simeon Maganga from Malawi. His personal conclusion is clear: “I gained a lot of interesting ideas that I can use for my future work.” He met with media makers and experts from the region to discuss decisive issues for the future of the media industry.
"Wir sitzen in einem Boot"
Regionaler Workshop "Einführung in den Investigativen Journalismus" in Mosambik
Wie geht man mit handfesten Drohungen um? Das ist nur eine von vielen brisanten Fragen und Herausforderungen, mit der sich investigative Reporter und Redakteure in Angola und Mosambik konfrontiert sehen. Die Ausübung der journalistischen Tätigkeit stößt im Alltag dieser Länder auf eine Vielzahl von Hindernissen.
Stories, videos, photos, and new horizons
KAS E-lection Bridge - South by Southeast in Beira, Mozambique
“The workshop has broadened our horizons,” declared Daviz Simango, Chairman of the opposition party Movimento Democratico de Mocambique (MDM), of the KAS E-lection Bridge Africa – South by Southeast in Beira. “I now see the world of communication with new eyes.” The two-day event from KAS Media Africa on the 11th and 12th of August 2011 took place in close cooperation with the foundation’s country programme in Mozambique under the direction of Annette Schwarzbauer.
"It is a very important project"
International Conference: Launching the KAS Media Law Handbook at the University of Pretoria
At the end of her successful presentation Justine Limpitlaw was taken aside by Arthur Chaskalson, the former Chief Justice of South Africa. “Very good; that is a very important project,” praised the prominent constitutional expert, referring to the regionally oriented Media Law Handbook created by the respected lawyer Limpitlaw in association with KAS Media Africa. “You should definitely keep working on this topic.”
"King Radio" and the future
International Conference: The "Joburg Radio Days 2011"
One sentence concisely set the tone: „Radio is still king among the media in Africa,” observed the British expert Mary Myers, who has successfully conducted several projects on the continent. As evidence she cited the significant growth rate in the field of so-called “community radios”. But, what does the future hold for the “king”? How can radio continue to contribute to the societal discourse and therefore to democratisation? These and similar questions were addressed by top-class international experts at the Joburg Radio Days 2011 held at Wits University in Johannesburg.
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