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Games calls for reaction to more detetions of journalists. Read also the follow-up on Games’ petition from Newletter June 2009.
Read reports from a volunteer training colleague in Gambia, give a membership as a christmaspresent and see Games’ new Board members – all in this newsletter.
What are the conditions for women journalists in Gambia? And how do you make good journalism with few resources? Learn more about this and see the fine prize for the Chairman of Games!
Read about Games’ many successful projects with GPU, about the colleague-2-colleague training, the volunteer’s work and how to make a two years journalism education on a shoestring!
By pardoning and releasing six journalists, Jammeh won five times – read the analysis and Jammeh’s critique of the West’s cry for freedom of the press.
GPU members and journalists imprisoned in Gambia. Read Games’ petition and some illuminating articles about the media conditions in Gambia – written by a volunteer for Games .
GPU’s new Board creates grounds for a great future in cooperation with Games. How? Read about it here, together with stories from Games’ projects in Gambia.
Gambia Media Support has received economic support for partnership activities with GPU, and needs skilled and engaged experts for its c2c project activities – are you up for it?
Read about the dangers of being a journalist in Gambia, about newly imprisoned colleagues, and Games’ first six missions in Gambia.
Read about the GPU receiving the International Press Freedom Award 2007, Games’ workshop about covering the election, a murdered reproter who fought for the freedom the press.
The election 2006 is on the doorsteps, and so is Games’ first professional mission in Gambia. Read more about this and the established international support to strengthen the press.