Consigned to Oblivion: Deaths in the Mediterranean

Eritrean refugees and asylum seekers are the 21st century’s stateless wanderers. They have become part of an international migration crisis, with over 300,000 Eritreans holding refugee status in 2013. In a series of upcoming articles, Africa Talks will post interviews with journalists and subject matter experts and examine data to make sense of the Mediterranean migrant crisis, with a focus on Eritrean refugees.

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Jan. 26, 2016
We’re Looking for Contributors: Impact African journalism — and how the world sees stories from the continent

We’re Looking for Contributors: Impact African journalism — and how the world sees stories from the continent

Interested in stories that affect countries across Africa? Passionate about journalism and its vital role in the growth of the continent? Value training for African journalists? We’d love to talk. We’re looking for subject-matter experts and individuals with deep expertise in journalism and education to help shape the future of Africa Talks. First, though, a word... Read more »

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