Perilous Journeys: Exploring the Real Factors of Migration

Imagine if your home became unlivable. If your government targeted you because of your beliefs. If war broke out and your neighborhood were caught in the crossfire. If severe droughts threatened your ability to feed your family. Would you stay put and hope for better times? Or risk everything for an uncertain future in a foreign land?

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The scientist who leads the project grew up in East Africa.

For migrants & refugees contemplating a treacherous journey across the Mediterranean, the stakes couldn't be higher:

Thanks to for the interview, and check out her blog to know what's happening in Dar es Salaam: .

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor” ~

The project aims to involve citizens in health-related journalism with new digital tools.

Watching the excitement today? Take our quiz on the history of cycling in Africa: cc

We've been very busy working on this project & we would like to thank for featuring our work.

Updated post incl. an event at at where was the featured speaker in 2011.

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May 23, 2016
African Journalists See Great Value in Training, Especially When It’s Delivered Online

African Journalists See Great Value in Training, Especially When It’s Delivered Online

African journalists want more training, and they want to receive it online. That’s the key takeaway from our survey of nearly 1,100 journalists working across the continent. On May 25, we’ll begin sharing detailed results from our study at eLearning Africa 2016, an annual education and technology conference. We’ll focus on responses from small newsrooms... Read more »

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