Media Education & Gender equality training for community radio stations in Tanzania
MISA has launched a regional report on the state of press freedom in Southern Africa, which looks at media violations, the state of gender media and digital rights in the region among other topics.
Public Statement On the Suspension/Ban of Journalist & Online Media in the URT MISA Tanzania is saddened by the suspension of Talib Ussi Hamad, a journalist working with Tanzania Daima newspaper in Zanzibar. A statement issued by the Revolutionary Government of...
The African Platform on Access to Information Declaration sees access to information as a right that furthers development in various spheres, and is relevant to numerous sectors and society at large.
The Access to Information (ATI) Act of 2016 became operational since July 1st 2017 according to Dr Hassan Abbas, Government Spokesperson and Director of Tanzania Information Services.
The deadline for submissions to the Food Sustainability Media Award is approaching fast. If you have a passion for reporting on food sustainability issues, apply before it’s too late.
MISA Tanzania invites visitors to explore its new user-friendly website, which provides detailed information on freedom of expression and our activities.
On Right to Know Day 2017, MISA Tanzania held an event to highlight the most and least accessible public institutions.
A meeting resulted in seven resolutions to improve the playing field for Tanzania’s media as well as its relationship with the government.
MISA Tanzania held a two-day event to improve collaboration between the government, the media and other freedom of expression stakeholders.