“Access to information and freedom of expression are a myth in South Sudan” – An Interview with Philips Anyang Ngong

2016 CGCS visiting scholar Till Waescher, interviews 2016 Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute participant Phillips Anyang Ngong, advocate and legal consultant for Southern Sudan Associated Advocates, to discuss the impact of domestic and foreign news outlets, the limits of media laws when it comes to protecting journalists, and the use of social media during the current crisis.

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Media Law Roundup: May 10th

Welcome to this week’s Media Law Roundup, a summary of developing media law and policy news. Ethiopian and South Sudanese Authorities Continue to Arrest Journalists as Rwanda Announces Commitment to a Free Media. Late last week the Ethiopian Supreme Court…

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