Should journalists be on social media? In 2016, that’s a redundant question, says writer and editor, Eliza Anyangwe

Eliza Anyangwe
The Katine Project Screenshot: https://www.theguardian.com/katine

“There was no official best practice, we simply tried things out, and learned from our mistakes then shared those lessons in the department.”

The Guardian Global Development Professionals Network on Twitter

“Communities and countries that were once spoken about in a vacuum can now engage with what is written about them online.”

Eliza chairing opening plenary at World Export Development Forum 2015 (credit: ITC, Geneva)

“As journalists, the currency we deal with is networks. And social media has allowed me to build global networks for the news organisations I have worked with and also for myself.”

Jon Henley: why social media was crucial to Greece on the breadline / src: http://bit.ly/2ayikLQ
The Nzinga Effect: a digital media platform focusing on African women’s stories

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I am interested in the context & values of our Digital Identities.

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