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

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS’ ASSOCIATION STATEMENT ON PRESS FREEDOM INCIDENTS …

The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa is gravely concerned by the ongoing censorship of Kenyan television and radio channels over their coverage of an opposition political event on Tuesday. We consider the action by the Communications Authority of Kenya to block Citizen TV, Inooro TV, NTV and KTN News, as well as a number of radio channels for the last 48 hours, as serious breach of freedom of speech… View Post

FCA-East Africa and FCA-Uganda mourn Christopher Allen’s …

Nairobi, Kenya — 28th August 2017 The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of East Africa (FCAEA) and the Foreign Correspondents’ Association of Uganda (FCAU) are deeply saddened and concerned about the death of freelance journalist Christopher Allen who was killed while reporting on the conflict in Kaya, South Sudan on Saturday. We send our most sincere condolences to Christopher’s family and friends. Christopher was killed trying to tell the story of one of the… View Post