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Andrew Mambondiyani joined Magda Fahsi's group
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Journalists for Intercultural Dialogue

This group examines journalists' role in promoting intercultural dialogue.
May 26, 2011
Andrew Mambondiyani joined Arne Grauls's group
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Media Jobs

Know of a top media job that you want to share? Post it here to reach all Community members interested in employment opportunities in the media industry.If you are looking for journalism jobs in particular, be sure to check out JournaJobs.eu. Please note that this website is still in beta version and is subject to change at any time. See More
May 23, 2011
Andrew Mambondiyani joined Diana Lungu's group
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Reporting climate change

What are climate correspondents for? asks Alex Kirby, former BBC environmental reporter. "I will try to go on being what anyone who reportson climate has to be, that contradictory figure, a serious reporter – a doubtful optimist, ahopeful scepticSee More
May 22, 2011
Andrew Mambondiyani joined Eliana van de Craats Lima's group
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Human Rights and the Media

Human Rights and Media CoverageDo you have any personal or professional experience to share?If you on the other hand have any legal question regarding Human rights and the media, please feel free to ask.I am currently writing on Human Resources and Human Rights in China and in Denmark, therefore, I would appreciate to get information from these countries. You can also send me photos and we can set up interviews through email or video-confernece. Eliana van de CraatsL.L.M in B. and Trade…See More
May 22, 2011
Andrew Mambondiyani joined kally zarali's group
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Identity and blogging

citizens of the www, cosmocitizens. Do they form any kind of special identity and how do they express it through blogging? Is the national identity affected and how is this depicted in the blogosphere?
May 22, 2011
Andrew Mambondiyani and Khalid Khattak are now friends
May 21, 2011
Andrew Mambondiyani updated their profile
May 21, 2011
Andrew Mambondiyani is now a member of EJC - Journalism Community
May 21, 2011

Profile Information

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa
Job Title
Journalist, Reporter
Media Category
Newspaper
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
Knight Science Journalism at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in USA
Personal or Professional Website
http://www.24newslink.com
What do you hope to gain from this community?
To link with journalists from other countries and share experiences and ideas
Tell us a little bit about yourself
I am a Zimbabwean journalist with more than 10 years experience. I am currently on a Knight Science Journalism fellowship at MIT in USA and my fellowship year ends on May 31 2011 after which I am returning to Zimbabwe. After my fellowship I will go full time into freelance writing.

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