The Media & Darfur PDF Print

Keywords: Diversity in general, Africa (Sub-Saharan), UK, study, media ethic & diversity, human rights, English, TV

In July 2006, veteran award-winning journalist Jonathan Steele gave an address at the Royal United Services Institute, London, entitled "How the Media prolonged the war in Darfur." In it, he outlined eight mistakes committed by the media in covering the region which have prolonged the conflict artificially.

This document lists the eight mistakes Steele outlined, and provides further corroborative evidence to support his thesis from authoritative and recognised individuals or bodies on Darfur.

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