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Windhoek Declaration: Responding to contemporary issues

10 May, 2021
The African Free Press is a free newspaper created by MISA and the Namibia Media Trust with support from DW Akademie.

MISA and the Nambia Media Trust are proud to publish the African Free Press Windhoek at 30 edition!

In this publication, we have assembled a selection of articles by researchers, journalists, artists and media users who have explored the progress made in the last 30 years. they provide compelling insight on media viability, regulation, representation, ethics, digital rights, and, some envisaged game-changing developments in the media sector. they also reflect on the impact of Covid-19, not just on media viability but on broader and more insidious restrictions that have affected the safety and security, as well as free expression rights of both journalists and citizens.

A copy of the Africa Free Press- Windhoek @ 30 edition is available to download here.

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