Course name Media relations training for non-profit organisations in the Albertine region Course dates 7-10 August, 2017 Number of slots 15 The African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) invites staff …Read More
Participants from more than 10 countries gathered at ACME on 22 May 2017 to review the curriculum for training working journalists in effective coverage of extractives (oil, gas and mining). …Read More
The African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) is pleased to announce a shortlist of 83 journalists for the Uganda National Journalism Awards 2017. These journalists have amongst them 95 stories/entries …Read More
The African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) has commenced a six-month project to monitor media coverage of Uganda’s 2016 general elections. This project, funded by the Democratic Governance Facility, is …Read More
Every day the public in Uganda looks to the media for news on investment, information about their children’s education, investigations that hold the powerful to account, and solutions to persistent …Read More
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