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  1. Media freedom and rethinking support to independent media

    Caroline Sugg

    Director of Strategy and Partnerships

    Media freedom and rethinking support to independent media

    As the world marks World Press Freedom Day on 3rd May, Caroline Sugg (Director of Strategy and Partnerships) talks about the crisis facing public interest media, what BBC Media Action has done to strengthen media in fragile and developing countries, and what needs to change when it comes to prot...

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  2. A future agenda for media assistance?

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    James Deane argues that our fragmented media means we need strong institutions that produce journalism in the public interest and that information networks alone to deliver this.

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  3. DFID's "transparency revolution" is welcome - but supporting independent media is urgent and challenging

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    James Deane argues that efforts to increase transparency and strengthen accountability will only succeed if independent media is given the support it needs to flourish and hold power to account.

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  4. Six steps towards a more open media

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    Six steps towards a more open media

    On International Day of Democracy, James Deane sets out six ways in which a revival of public interest media could help improve accountability and foster transparency.

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  5. What’s the best way of improving accountability in Sierra Leone?

    George Ferguson

    Country Director, BBC Media Action Sierra Leone

    What’s the best way of improving accountability in Sierra Leone?

    George Ferguson, one of our Country Directors, discusses different types of accountability and which one works best in Sierra Leone.

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