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2018 Post-Elections Brief now available for download!

13 Sep, 2018
This short brief highlights media related flashpoints that occurred during the 2018 electoral period. It provides a summary of events that directly and indirectly violated media freedoms in the country.

On the 7th of September 2018 in Harare, MISA Zimbabwe in partnership with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung organised a Post-2018 Elections Media Conference, which was meant to, among other issues, review the media’s professional conduct, state of media freedom and freedom of expression during the 2018 elections and the election observer missions’ findings on the performance of the media. Delegates resolved to maintain and sustain pressure on the need for media law and policy reforms.

This short brief highlights media related flashpoints that occurred during the 2018 electoral period. It provides a summary of events that directly and indirectly violated media freedoms in the country.

The 2018 Post-elections brief is available in the Resource Centre on the MISA Zimbabwe website for download under the category, Media and Elections here

 

 

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