Learning from the children: MISA and Save the Children media training

The Media Institute of Southern Africa in Swaziland (MISA-Swaziland) and Save the Children are running a training and research program on young people and the media. Over three days in June 2013 MISA-Swaziland trained nine journalists on how to report when young people are involved in the story. The training was part theoretical (reading over ethical guidelines on reportingContinue reading “Learning from the children: MISA and Save the Children media training”

MISA listens to students, trains journalists

Are young people included in the Swazi media? How does the media depict children, students, teenagers? Are young people merely spoken about? or are their voices properly captured by reporters? What do young people think of the media in Swaziland? These are some of the questions posed during a recent project undertaken by Swaziland’s Media Institute ofContinue reading “MISA listens to students, trains journalists”

Students meet the media in Swaziland

The Media Institute of Southern Africa in Swaziland, in partnership with Save the Children is running a training and research program on young people and the media. On Wednesday 19 June, MISA held a training session on ‘ethical reporting of children’ and arranged for three journalists to hear the thoughts of a group of SwaziContinue reading “Students meet the media in Swaziland”