People Power Truth

People Power Truth

Human Rights, Civil Society & the Media in sub-Saharan Africa

An anthology by the Consortium to Promote Human Rights, Civic Freedoms and Media Development (CHARM) Africa
Marcus Low, Spotlight

A unique model of public interest health journalism

Dr Mark Lee Hunter & Anton Harber

The most meaningful impact is through coalition

Anne Koch, Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN)

Investigative journalism & advocacy: natural allies?

Samwel Mohochi, Defenders Coalition, Kenya

Integrating journalists into the human rights defenders agenda

David Kode, CIVICUS

Standing witness to human rights defenders

Tshepo Tshabalala, Journalism and Media Lab (Jamlab), University of the Witwatersrand

Collaboration, disruption & innovation

Lars Tallert, Fojo Media Institute, Linnaeus University

Transforming traditional journalism into sustainable journalism

Memory Bandera, DefendDefenders


Retha Langa, Africa Check

The war against misinformation demands a group effort

Samm Farai Monro, Magamba Network

Creativity in the face of clampdowns

Murray Hunter, amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism

Should journalists do advocacy?

Dr Yemisi Akinbobola, African Women in Media

Seeing African women in media

Joseph Kabiru, Innovation for Change/Africa Hub

Is it feasible?

The case for the coalition of media and civil society in the fight for civic space