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Everyone in this network understands that journalists play a crucial role in development. We have all seen amazing coverage...and coverage that was not so amazing. We asked a U.S. journalist who has lived and traveled extensively in developing countries to share his perceptions of the strengths and weaknesses of media coverage of development issues and to offer recommendations for improving coverage. We also asked six leading journalists from Argentina, Egypt, India, Japan, Uganda, and the UK to respond to the commentary (at least one is a member of this network). We have posted their reflections on our website, and we set up a blog for you to participate in the discussion: http://www.ifpri.org/pubs/books/oc55.asp. Please read these thoughtful essays and join the conversation.

Best wishes,

--Michael

Michael Rubinstein,

Head of Media Relations

International Food Policy Research Institute

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Comment by Marina Joubert on January 16, 2008 at 8:01
Thank you for this resource; will definitely be able to use it in training and discussions in South Africa.
Comment by MikeShanahan on May 22, 2007 at 11:49
Hi Michael

Thanks for sharing this. I have been hunting around for a good brief document on media and development and this is ideal. I will share it widely and try to come back to the blog and comment on it.
Cheers
Mike

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