FCAEA Urges Respectful Debate on Media Coverage in …

16 JANUARY 2019 – NAIROBI The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa (FCAEA) would like to express its deep condolences to the people of Kenya for the appalling terror attack on the Dusit D2 Hotel on Riverside. We understand these attacks send shockwaves not just through the communities of those directly affected, but across the city and the country as a whole, and can have a traumatising impact on many… View Post

Book Launch: First Raise A Flag

*image by Ben Curtis To mark the launch of Peter Martell’s book in Nairobi, the FCAEA hosted a moderated discussion on the hopes for a lasting peace in South Sudan, with the author and a panel of regional experts. Over 60 people joined us for the chat and got signed copies of the book which were available for sale at The Alchemist on Thursday November 8th. In October, the FCAEA… View Post

This Is Congo Documentary Screening

In one of the most highly anticipated screenings this year, the FCAEA monthly documentary series presented “This is Congo”, followed by a panel discussion, with Congolese journalist Steve Wembi and IRC regional VP for Great Lakes region, Kate Moger moderated by FCAEA board member Julia Steers. The documentary and discussion were both riveting and the event closed with audience questions and comments. A little about the film: This is Congo,… View Post