ON THE MEDIA, ON DEVELOPMENT | How development actors can help, not hurt, information ecosystems

February 11, 2021

Development actors tend to pay media to publish content that often is just their PR material in disguise. It’s time to rethink a practice that undermines both independent journalism and the aid sector’s credibility.

Source: DW Akademie, By Prue Clarke, 27.01.2021, How development actors can help, not hurt, information ecosystems

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