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Social media guidelines for Southern Africa to be published soon

Social media guidelines for broadcasters across Southern Africa are being developed following a collaborative 3-day workshop organised by PMA and UNESCO in Namibia earlier this week.

Developing social media guidelines for broadcasters in Southern Africa

PMA and UNESCO’s latest workshop to develop social media guidelines for broadcasters in Southern Africa kicked off today.

Meet our Global Grantees 2019

We are pleased to announce the awardees of this year’s PMA Global Grant, a scheme that enables staff of PMA members to engage in projects worldwide.

Hate by omission silence and exclusion: A Caribbean perspective

Dr Zahera Harb writes about the outcomes from our workshop to develop an action plan on reporting hate speech and media coverage of terrorism & violence for the Caribbean region.

PMA Workshop | Developing Social Media Guidelines for Broadcasters in Southern Africa

Our new workshop seeks to collaboratively establish guidelines to strengthen the role of social media in the Southern Africa region.

Developing Media Guidelines on Hate Speech & Coverage of Acts of Terrorism & Violence for the South East Asia Regions

A special thanks to all partners, participants and speakers involved in our latest webinar and workshop in Kuala Lumpur. 

Building a strong and united voice for public media worldwide

Read about our exciting new strategy and plans for the future.

Webinar | Reporting hate speech and acts of terror in South East Asia

Join us on Monday 25 March for a webinar on “Developing relevant guidelines & codes of conduct to report hate speech and acts of terror for South East Asia”

Beyond survival? A new Human Resources research project for PMA members

New project to explore people management strategies to ensure the development and growth of PSMs in the fragmented digital media landscape.

Press Release | New workshop for Southeast Asian journalists

Webinar & Workshop to develop Guidelines for Reporting Terrorism & Countering Hate Speech for the Southeast Asia Region