Rwanda: A Question of Credibility and Quality

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There is no doubt that media freedom is essential for a functioning democracy, but it can be extremely difficult to realise and protect in a country where media have been used as a key tool of repression. Rwanda’s recent violent history provides a powerful argument for media monitoring.

This article by William Bird and Sandra Roberts was published in the Rhodes Journalism Review.

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