Resources for Fighting Newsroom Sex Abuse

In response to a recent @WomenInNews report on sex abuse in African newsrooms (, our friends at @ACME_Uganda compiled resources for fighting back.

Find details in our Africa newsletter:

Once again, the media was caught napping; failure to authenticate the video on Senator Kang'ata led to publication of manipulated 'news'.
Very embarrassing and an indictment to the profession.

.@MoICTKenya Cabinet Secretary .@mucheru said media performance remains under constant scrutiny over the professional conduct of its personnel and the burden of expectation placed on the industry because of its central role in society.

Good morning from Serena Hotel, Nairobi where the .@MediaCouncilK is launching the Industrial Placement Programme for journalism students in Kenya. Follow the event live on our social media platforms:

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