Disappearance of two Tunisian journalists in Libya still unclear after one year

Nine human rights and media freedom groups called today for the creation of a special commission of enquiry into the disappearance of Tunisian journalists Sofiane Chourabi and Nadhir Ktari, who went missing exactly one year ago in neighboring Libya, after the announcement of President Beji Caied Essebssi’s agreement to a civil society proposal that the anniversary of their disappearance, nine September, should celebrated in Tunisia as National Day for the Protection of Journalists.

AMARC11: New management, new challenges

The 11th International Assembly of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) held in Accra, Ghana, from August 10-14, 2015, was attended by 260 participants from 50 countries worldwide. The international organization has profoundly renewed its Board of administrators and elected to the presidency Emmanuel Boutterin, who wished to "make AMARC into a great organization of the 21st century, stronger, meaningful and able to carry the voices of youth, women, indigenous peoples and indigenous cultures through community radio stations worldwide."

AMARC11 - Ghana welcomes the 11th International Conference of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters

More than 260 participants from nearly 50 different countries, from all continents, met in Accra, Ghana on the occasion of the 11th International Conference of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) since this morning and until August 14 at the invitation of the Ghana Community Radio Network (GCRN).

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