Story By: Ruben Kwabla Amenyedor & Emmanuel Mylo Dadzie Dissemination of fake news during campaign and election seasons has become rampant in recent times. It is for this reason a seminar was held today at the World Press Freedom Day themed ‘Covering Elections and Electoral Campaigns: Old and New challenges in...
Story By: Jennifer Amoah After 2 days of celebrating the liberation of the press, World Press Freedom Day, Ghana edition, comes to a splendid end. A closing ceremony organised to mark the success of the event recorded the attendance of over 900 registered journalists. An adoption of the Accra Declaration Draft...
Story By: Eugene Agyei Brown The 2018 celebration of the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day has been opened in Accra. Being the 25th edition, the event saw the attendance of over 700 journalists, journalism students and other stakeholders across the world. The event is to mark the official opening ceremony of...
Story By:  Lelugnim Tokinai & Lily Cox-Skall The parallel session 3 of the World Press Freedom Day was about the joint launch UNESCO report on the "WORLD TRENDS IN FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND MEDIA DEVELOPMENT " and the "RE/SHAPING CULTURAL POLICIES" . Alternately, the speakers give their view points about the...
Story By: Anita Delight Danquah Participants from different backgrounds and countries, excitedly stormed the premises of the Kempinski hotel in Accra, for the much awaited World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) conference.    “Although I have never been to one of these events before, I think it is great for interactions and networking....

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