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Return to censorship under state of emergency condemned as “unacceptable”

first_img ChadAfrica News Many historic publications threatened with closure in Chad Chadian radio stations on strike in protest against violent raid November 27, 2020 Find out more Follow the news on Chad Help by sharing this information November 14, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Return to censorship under state of emergency condemned as “unacceptable” The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa December 1, 2020 Find out more ChadAfrica center_img News Receive email alerts RSF_en Reports Reporters Without Borders today condemned the imposition of prior censorship on the print media and a ban on sensitive issues on private radio stations under a state of emergency in the capital, N’Djamena, and six of the country’s regions, which the government decreed yesterday in response to the serious intercommunal violence of the past few weeks. “The return of censorship is unacceptable, and we appeal to the Chadian government to adopt a different way of working with the press during this trying period in the country’s history,” the press freedom organisation said. “Emergency measures to control news and information is not an appropriate response to the problems Chad faces. On the contrary, it will exacerbate tension and foster polarisation, and will not stop information getting out.”Reporters Without Borders added: “This retrograde step is above all the result of the collapse of the dialogue between the government and privately-owned media. Everyone agrees that we would not be where we are now if mechanisms had been established in Chad for the regulation and self-regulation of the media.”The state of emergency was proclaimed at the end of a specially-convened cabinet meeting yesterday. A government statement said it was needed to deal with the bloodshed in which more than 300 people have been killed since 31 October in clashes between Arab and non-Arab communities, above all in the east of the country near the border with Sudan.The decree reintroduced “prior censorship” for privately-owned newspaper and a ban on “radio stations dealing with matters liable to jeopardise public order, national unity, territorial integrity and respect for the republic’s institutions.” The government added that the measures “are due to the fact that government’s repeated warnings and all the recommendations of the High Council for Communication (HCC) are regularly defied.”Under the new measures, the distribution of privately-owned newspapers will require permission from a special unit within the ministry of communication, to which editors will have to submit a provisional copy of each issue. Chad thus becomes one of the world’s very few countries to subject the privately-owned press to prior censorship.After visiting N’Djamena in September 2005, Reporters Without Borders submitted proposals for reforming Chad’s press legislation and recommendations for improving relations between the government and privately-owned media to the Union of Chadian Journalists (UJT). Negotiations between the UJT and the ministry of communication began after the visit but did not result in any consensus. News to go further Organisation October 7, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

 

Dominica Red Cross Delivers Hygiene Care Kits and Food Packages to People in Quarantine

first_imgCoronavirusLifestyleLocalNews Dominica Red Cross Delivers Hygiene Care Kits and Food Packages to People in Quarantine by: – April 23, 2020 Sharing is caring! The Dominica Red Cross Society continues to provide support in various capacities as the country continues its fight against the Corona virus. The society is extending a helping hand this time around to those persons who are residents at the Government of Dominica managed quarantine units.The Dominica Red Cross Society has supplied One Hundred and Sixty-Six (166) hygiene care kits and One Hundred and Twenty-Six (126) food packages.Health and safety are of paramount importance to the Dominica Red Cross, so we have ramped up efforts to slow the spread of this virus among persons within the quarantine unit, awaiting the results of testing or spending the required 14-day period.Staying healthy during COVID-19 is about maintaining social/ physical distancing, practicing cough and sneeze hygiene, and washing hands properly and often. It’s also important to cope with stress and to focus on one’s mental health including maintaining a healthy diet, getting required exercise, staying in touch with friends/family, ensuring your information comes from trusted sources, and lessening the time spent with media coverage you perceive as upsetting.Dominica Red Cross is also working in partnerships with other organizations, including NGOs and businesses in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19.Fatal error: Theme at https://www.dominicavibes.dm/wp-content/plugins/image-gallery-reloaded/themes/classic/galleria.theme.min.js could not load, check theme path.– / 5 109 Views   no discussions Tweetcenter_img Share Share Sharelast_img read more