The report is online on the GFMD website.
We argued that existing tools being used to assess media landscapes can do well to be more explicit about what their values are, what they mean by "media", and what they mean by development.
MARCH 2008: Almost two dozen African j-schools, recognised by UNESCO has having potential to become "Centres of Excellence" met in Grahamstown to share ideas and network with possible international j-school partners plus media-development agencies and funders. The report is at UNESCO's website.
Colleague Sim Kyazze and I sweated to finish a report on the Grahamstown gathering of 19 African J-schools earlier this year. The intention of the meeting was to initiate momentum and partnerships for the participants to move closer towards the 42 criteria that define excellence in an African j-school. UNESCO, who sponsored the get-together are happy with the report, and have now released it.