Posts Tagged ‘Language in media’


Radio & Rwanda Genocide (in Dutch)

This bachelor-thesis is about the role of RTLM during the Rwanda Genocide of 1994.
In the years after the genocide of Rwanda, the involvement of Hutu radiostation ‘RTLM’ has been established.
In this research paper, the actual level of involvement is studied. This is done by the usage of secundaire literature,
because this is a literature review. In [...]

Press Now

Press Now is a Dutch non-governmental organization (NGO) that was founded in 1993 by journalists, politicians and other involved individuals, who were concerned about the war in Yugoslavia. The organization supports  media freedom in various countries in the world. It is based in Hilversum, the Netherlands.
Press Now in recent years have been very active in Eastern [...]

Radio la Benevolencija

Radio La Benevolencija Humanitarian Tools Foundation (La Benevolencija) is a Dutch NGO that works for the empowerment of groups and individuals that form the target of hate speech and ensuing acts. It broadcasts radio soaps, discussion-and educational programmes, in combination with grassroots activities that provide citizens in vulnerable societies with knowledge on how to resist [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 5, 2010

The 2007 General Election in Kenya and Its Aftermath

Ismail, J. A., & Deane, J. (2008). The 2007 General Election in Kenya and Its Aftermath. The 2007 General Election in Kenya and Its Aftermath: The Role of Local Language Media , 13 (3), 319-327.
The ethnic violence in Kenya started after the election of Mwai Kibaki in December 2007. Local language radio stations were blamed [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: June 30, 2010