Darfur: Covering the “forgotten” story
Graduate School of Media and Communications
There is no issue in Arab journalism today that is more controversial than how the region’s media cover Darfur. Not Iraq, where, according to a new report from the Arab Archives Institute, 52 Arab journalists have lost their lives since 2001; not Palestine, where journalists are caught between Israel and the Palestinians and between Fatah and Hamas; nor Lebanon, where reporters have been in the cross-hairs of rival factions and governments.
Arab Media and Society
(2007). Darfur: Covering the “forgotten” story. Arab Media and Society, 1-16.
Available at: https://ecommons.aku.edu/eastafrica_gsmc/44