Africa Free Media Foundation
1993-08 Harare Zimbabwe
Aug 1993, Harare (Zimbabwe), as Network for the Defence of Independent Media in Africa (NDIMA). Also referred to as Africa Free Media Trust.
Promote, encourage and safeguard freedom of expression and human rights in Africa, in particular for the press, print, electronic media, publishers and for individuals working for the right to life and human dignity, personal liberty, fair trial and equality before the law; promote artistic talent; support establishment of rural press; educate and create awareness among Africans on public issues, politics and international relations; address new forms of censorship and strengthen emerging independent media in Africa.
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General Meeting (annual). Management Board comprising individual journalists and representatives of media groups. Programme Director. Headquarters in Nairobi (Kenya).
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