- Access to Information
- Freedom of Expression
- Freedom of Media
- Safety & Security – Issues
All Kenyan citizens have the general right to access information that is held by the state. But there are still many obstacles, for journalists as well. How to overcome them?
Journalists are guaranteed the right to freedom of expression under Article 33 of the Constitution of Kenya. This is so that they can carry out their work with confidence and without any intimidation. Freedom of expression includes the freedom to; Seek, receive or impart information or ideas; Artistic creativity; and Academic freedom and freedom of … Continue reading “Freedom of Expression”
Kenyan media is guaranteed the freedom and independence of electronic, print and all other types of media under Article 34 of the Constitution. Media can freely operate as long they do not engage in propaganda for war; incitement to violence; hate speech; or advocacy of hatred that constitutes ethnic incitement, vilification of others or incitement to … Continue reading “Freedom of Media”
When you go digital with your journalistic research these hints may be useful: How to search within web pages and files You do not have to read a CIDP’s pdf file with 300 pages! How to judge a website’s reliability Is the website you are using to get your story from legit! How to check … Continue reading “Search-Hints”