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Journalists to train at AU headquartersBy AFRICAREVIEW. African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Fifteen journalists from seven African countries Germany and the UK are this weekend set to attend the African Union Summit as part of the two-day training intended to improve coverage of AU events.
According to a statement from AU, the training being offered as part of a commemoration of the organisation’s 50th anniversary and 21st Summit, is funded by Friedrich-Ebert Foundation (FES) and the African Union Commission Directorate of Information and Communication (AUC DIC) in support with EU Delegation to the AU and the Embassy of Canada in Ethiopia. Apart from the UK and Germany, the journalists are from Zambia, Senegal, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, South Africa and Ethiopia.
The journalists who will gather in Addis Ababa will also conduct interviews with AU leadership and the organisation’s partners taking part in the summit in areas of pan-Africanism, African Renaissance, 50 years of OAU/AU, peace and security as well as good governance.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Africa Review Kenya
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