Current Journalism Practitioners Are The Best – The President of Ghana

Story By: Ruben Kwabla Amenyedor “I must prefer the noisy, posteriors, sometimes callous media of today to the monotonous praise singing, sycophantic of yester-years.” Ghana’s president Nana  Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo retorted to the silent questions...

RTI Bill Does Not Mean No More Digging For Information

Story by Jennifer Amoah Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, Ghana’s Deputy Information Minister, has dispelled the notion that when it comes to gathering relevant information, the passage of the Right to Information bill will make the work of...



UNESCO World Press Freedom Day 2018 Truth Fighters Art

Artists Susanne Koehler, Stephen Murschertz and Achim Ripperger for Truth Fighters. Truth Fighters is a group of artists who created portraits of killed and persecuted journalists. Their work was exhibited at the 2018 UNESCO...

UNESCO World Press Freedom Day 2018

Scenes form the 2018 UNESCO World Press Freedom Day.

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Lessons From Afghanistan- Keeping Journalists Safe And Supporting The Youth In Media

Story By: Alec Cowan The safety of journalists around the world was a prevalent theme at the 2018 World Press Freedom Day in Accra, Ghana. Posted around the conference hotel were posters featuring the faces...

Ghana’s Ministry of Information to Create Training Avenues for Young Journalists

Story by: Serlom Solomon Nyamador The Ministry of Information has assured young journalists of creating a platform that will often provide them with training opportu nities. Addressing the YOUTH NEWS ROOM the Deputy Minister for Information...