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With the death of the country's only known Ebola patient, Liberia restarts the 42-day countdown to being declared virus free.
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The Director of Liberia's Catholic Media Center says the dissemination of credible and unifying media content is essential to peace building in a post-conflict society.
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Women in rural Cameroon face stiff challenges, like widowhood rites and sexual violence. Customary law also cuts women off from holding property or land, critical sources of economic development.
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Media killings in the Philippines continue as another hard-hitting radio commentator was shot dead on Valentine's Day.
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The Ebola crisis is taking a heavy toll on the fishing industry in western Liberia on the border with Sierra Leone.
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The Media Project is now accepting applications for our premier training program for newsroom leaders from across the globe.
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Liberia's last confirmed Ebola patient was discharged from the Chinese-run Ebola Treatment Unit near Monrovia on March 5, 2015.
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The John McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute at The King’s College welcomes The Media Project in a new long-term collaboration for training and professional development of TMP's global network.
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Reports that South Korea's constitutional court has overturned a law criminalizing adultery offer a teachable moment on headlines and the changing face of journalism.
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Cowardice, political correctness, social constraints -- what is behind the phenomena of self-censorship in the media these days?
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