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The Sudanese press after separation – Contested identities of journalism

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The Sudanese press after separation – Contested identities of journalism - MICT 2012

Contributors: Anke Fiedler, Anja Wollenberg, Magdi El Gizouli, Roman Deckert

English editors: Jess Smee, Tammi Coles

Managing editor: Dirk Spilker

©2012 Media in Cooperation and Transition gGmbH (MICT) All rights reserved.

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Front page of Al Ayaam, December 11, 2011 (IMCT)

Contact: Media in Cooperation and Transition gGmbH (MICT) Brunnenstrasse 9, 10119 Berlin, Germany Phone +49 (0) 30 484 93 02 0 www.mict-international.org wollenberg@mict-international.org

MICT – Media in Cooperation and Transition is a German media development organization that implements projects in the Middle East, Africa, and Central Asia. Activities focus on the interplay between conflict, media coverage, and reconciliation in transitional countries.

MICT has been active in the whole of Sudan since 2009. Activities include capacity building for local journalists as well as expert support for select media houses.
This publication is based on a series of interviews and research con- ducted by Anke Fiedler and Roman Deckert during a mission to Khartoum in December 2011.

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Front page of Al Dar, December 11, 2011 (IMCT)
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Front page of Al Raed, December 11, 2011 (TMCT)
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