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On November 21, 2023, the Humanities Graduate Centre Seminar Room at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg will host the Africa-China Journalists Forum, an annual gathering of journalists and researchers discussing their field-based investigations and reports on Africa and China.
The Forum will discuss how the media should be used to represent local, global, and social interactions between South Africa and China, as well as how Africa responds to US and Chinese relations, the impact of the just transition on women and the local community, digital innovations from Chinese and US investors in Africa, reports on the African media landscape looking at West, East, Southern and North Africa.
The ACRP Photo Exhibition, which will bring a selection of compelling images from all over Africa to best capture applicants ‘ interpretations of” Africa-China” relations from the ground-up, people-to-people engagement perspective, will also be on display this year as part of the ASRP Journalists Forum program. The Photo Exhibition submissions ‘ first, second, and third place winners will also be announced. The judges of the photo submissions will participate in a panel discussion to evaluate how visual representations of China-African relations have affected society and the media.
Since its founding in 2009, the Africa-China Reporting Project has helped journalists and researchers by facilitating and enhancing their capacity to report on African andamp, Africa and China issues. This is made possible by providing journalists and researchers with reporting grants, skill-training workshops, reporting resources, and other opportunities. The ACRP’s primary goal is to support the development of Africa by enhancing its perspectives.
Tuesday, November 21, 2023
10:00 AM to 19:00 PM Saturday
Visit our website to learn more about the program.