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SLAJ launches ‘The Media We Want’ Manifesto

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SLAJ launches ‘The Media We Want’ Manifesto


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The Sierra Leone Association (SLAJ) has officially launched its Manifesto titled: ‘The Media We Want: A Manifesto for an Empowerment and Inclusive Media in Sierra Leone’.

President of SLAJ, Ahmed Sahid Nasralla said: “This manifesto is to consolidate the significant gains we have made in the last five years, and represents our collective vision and aspiration as journalists for the media we want in the next years.

“I acknowledge the contributions of our general membership and heads of affiliate and sub-bodies.

I also recognise the technical support from our various partners in enriching this manifesto: the Media Reform Coordinating Group (MRCG), Faculty of Communication, Media and Information Studies, Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, Bournemouth University (BU) UK, BBC Media Action Sierra Leone, the Independent Media Commission (IMC), and the Right to Access Information Commission (RAIC); and the consultant, Dr. Francis Sowa.

“Finally, a big thank you to the European Union for funding the development of this manifesto through International IDEA”. See Manifesto on page 8 of this edition.

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