MISA Malawi’s recommendations for improving media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information to mark World Press Freedom Day 2019.
Access to information
MISA Malawi has partnered DW Akademie to organise a series of trainings on different thematic areas including elections, public communication and digital journalism.
This article is second in three-part series focusing on digital rights, access to the Internet, and Internet affordability in Malawi. This part specifically looks at access to the Internet in Malawi.
As the world celebrates International Right to Know Day, MISA Malawicalls on government to set a date on which the ATI Act will come into force.
MISA Malawi is sharing its recommendations for improving media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information to mark World Press Freedom Day 2018.
Listen to the debate, broadcast live on Zodiak Broadcasting Station on Friday September 29 at 6pm.
The Media and Communications Committee of Parliament has promised to support the draft Access to Information Bill once tabled in the House.
MISA Malawi would like to commend President Arthur Peter Mutharika for signing into law the Access to Information Bill after being passed by parliament.
MISA Malawi applauds the National Assembly for passing the much-awaited Access to Information Bill on Wednesday, December 14, 2016.
MISA MAlawi and the Media Council of Malawi appeal to government to review its position on the just-gazetted Access to Information Bill which, in its current form, undermines rather than promotes the constitutional right to information.