Case of Alleged Smuggler from Eritrea Sheds Light on Deadly Routes and High Costs Paid by Migrants

On Oct. 3, 2013, hundreds of migrants died in the Mediterranean Sea. In the wake of this tragedy, authorities set out to crack down on the smugglers and traffickers who had sent the migrants to their deaths. But what has been the impact of efforts to thwart smuggling rings?

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May 23, 2016
African Journalists See Great Value in Training, Especially When It’s Delivered Online

African Journalists See Great Value in Training, Especially When It’s Delivered Online

African journalists want more training, and they want to receive it online. That’s the key takeaway from our survey of nearly 1,100 journalists working across the continent. On May 25, we’ll begin sharing detailed results from our study at eLearning Africa 2016, an annual education and technology conference. We’ll focus on responses from small newsrooms... Read more »

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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