New FCAEA partnership with Insurance for Journalists

The FCAEA is happy to announce a new partnership with Insurance for Journalists. FCAEA members – whether staff or freelance – can benefit from discounted insurance cover on assignment and at home. Cover includes accidental death and disablement including sickness and emergency medical evacuation back to your home country if required. Unlike other insurance, it covers journalists being transported in military vehicles including aeroplanes and helicopters. It is also rare in permitting journalists to… View Post

FCAEA statement on South Sudan journalist arrests, killings

The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa joins the Committee to Protect Journalists and others in calling for the release of our colleague, South Sudanese journalist Alfred Taban, and in condemning the murders of Internews reporter John Gatluak Manguet and government cameraman Kamula Duro in the recent fighting in Juba. Taban, the highly-respected editor-in-chief of the English-language daily Juba Monitor, was called to National Security Service headquarters on July 16. Colleagues and… View Post