Investigative Journalists At Increasing Risk In Africa

Anonymous threats, police harassment, hostile officials, the constant hovering cloud of self-censorship, social exclusion and forced exile and to top it all, low pay. This is the life of a typical African investigative journalist, writes Anita Powell for Voice of America.

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Under the title "Why Good Journalism Matters: Quality Media for Strong Societies", the 2018 IPI World Congress was held in Abuja, Nigeria, from June 21 to 23, 2018.

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