Investigating Land and Corruption in Africa - A training manual for journalists

Filed under - Land Management

Report published 2 March 2018
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This training manual supports journalists in Africa to investigate and report stories of land corruption, a subject that remains under-reported and poorly understood. It is for anyone who provides training and capacity-building for investigative journalists in Africa including facilitators, trainers, lecturers and teachers.





Country / Territory - International   
Region - Sub-Saharan Africa   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Human rights   |   Land Management   |   Media   

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