Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sierra Leonean Journalists Trained on Conflict-Sensitive Reporting

000Journalists will now be reporting better stories on conflict in Sierra Leone and beyond following the recent involvement of Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone. Fambul Tok, with support from a conflict-sensitive consortium led by World Vision International in Sierra Leone, organized … Continue reading

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Peace Mothers celebrate support for fish farming

000As a way to empower rural women in the country in accordance with this year’s theme “Empower rural women-end hunger and poverty”, Fambul Tok International-Sierra Leone, with funds from Catalyst for Peace, and Tides Foundation in the United States has … Continue reading

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Fambul Tok 2012? Now that would be interesting!

000[This blog is a re-post of the blog Sara wrote for the On Screen/In Person tour, organized by Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts.  Fambul Tok is a featured film on that tour, and Sara’s been traveling the mid-Atlantic region for … Continue reading

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More response to “Kony 2012″ – HOW we tell stories is critical

000[This blog is a re-post of the blog Sara wrote for the On Screen/In Person tour, organized by Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts.  Fambul Tok is a featured film on that tour, and Sara’s been traveling the mid-Atlantic region for … Continue reading

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Responses to the Kony2012 campaign

000I spent most of my day yesterday responding to people’s inquiries about what I thought about Invisible Children’s Kony2012 campaign that has been spreading virally around the world in recent days.  The strong statements of support that the video and … Continue reading

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