South Sudan blocks at least 20 international journalists — FCAEA …

NAIROBI, KENYA — 9th June 2017 The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa (FCAEA) calls on the Government of South Sudan and its Media Authority to immediately stop blocking professional and experienced international journalists from working in the country. Over the past six months, according to information gathered by the FCAEA, the authorities in South Sudan have banned or barred at least twenty established and reputable members of the international… View Post

Rethinking Creation In The Digital Age – FCAEA & Everyday …

  The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa was excited to partner with the pioneering photography project Everyday Africa to hold a panel discussion on “Rethinking Creation In The Digital Age” in Nairobi, ahead of the launch of the new Everyday Africa book in the city. The well-attended event held in mid-May brought together experts from different countries in Africa working in journalism, art, photography, and academia to discuss their experiences of creating… View Post

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