Tag: Media coverage

  • Four JHR-trained Journalists in Mali Awarded for Best Media Stories on Human Rights and Gender Equality

    Four journalists, trained and supported by JHR in Mali, were awarded prizes last month during the competition for best media stories « BESEYA GENRE » initiated by the Youth Association for Active Citizenship and Democracy (AJCAD) and in the competition for the Right2Grow Program, initiated by OMAES, an NGO for child protection in the Sahel.

  • Empowering Kenyan Educators: Enhancing Human Rights Journalism Reporting through Pedagogical Training of Lecturers

    Journalists for Human Rights Canada World, Voice for Women and Girls’ Rights program in Kenya has concluded its first Training of Trainers workshop to enhance the capacity of lecturers to teach human rights journalism. This effort is geared towards implementing a Human Rights Journalism curriculum developed by JHR. The curriculum, developed in the last two

  • Women’s voices at the forefront of resolving Mali’s security crisis

    To amplify women’s voices and enhance their impact in resolving the current security crisis in Mali, JHR/JDH organized an interactive program broadcast live on the “Joliba TV” news channel, with the participation of Fatima MAIGA, President of the Coalition of Women Leaders from the North, South and Center; Oumou BOCOUM, Vice-Spokesperson of the Consultation Framework

  • JHR works with partners to amplify African climate actions

    Mercy Njoroge, JHR’s Gender Media Trainer; Teresa Abla Sintinyi, the founder of Wang’an Women Initiative in Marsabit; Kennedy Mugochi, East Africa Regional Director for Hivos and Tebby Otieno, reporter at the Daily Nation (L-R) JHR-Kenya, in collaboration with Hivos East Africa and the Office of the First Lady of Kenya through the Mama Doing Good

  • From Radio Show to Green Initiatives – Journalists Pioneering Environmental Awareness

    Last year, JHR supported The Green Economy radio show on Radio Nawa. Through engaging forums, we delved into vital topics concerning environmental rights and the profound impact of climate change on the country. These topics encompass water security, food security, desertification, pollution, and agricultural challenges. This significant endeavor was an integral part of JHR’s activities

  • The Significance of JHR’s Impact on the Ongoing Transition Reforms Process

    In a significant step towards progress, the Transitional Government of Mali recently adopted the National Youth Policy and its 2023-2027 action plan, paving the way for the Youth Representation Law. This law is aimed at enhancing the inclusion and participation of young people in public governance and sustainable development. The Youth Representation Act stands as

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