To have efficient and effective media institutions that will serve as powerful forces for the betterment of the nation through the dissemination of accurate and objective information, a constant quest for improved standards and techniques of journalism, and work towards the attainment of media self-regulation in Sierra Leone. Read More
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SLAJ celebrated 46th Birthday on June 5th 2017 with a public lecture dubbed: ‘The Olu Gordon Memorial Lecture’ in respect of one of the Association’s most respected senior colleagues: Richie Awoonor Olu Gordon, at the Harry Yansaneh Hall, SLAJ Headquarters,…
The National Dialogue Series continued on Thursday, 11th May 2017 with the topic: ‘Wetin mek we de pay tax? (Why do we pay tax?)’ live on Africa Young Voices Television and simulcast on the Independent Radio Network across Sierra Leone. This is the fourth in…
The Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), in collaboration with BBC Media Action Sierra Leone, on 8th September, 2016 hosted a sensitization workshop for newspaper Editors and radio Station Managers from across the country on the repeal of the…
SLAJ’s courtesy meeting with the Ministry of Information and Communications (MOIC) was a meeting long overdue but when it finally happened on Friday 2nd September 2016, almost three months after the media body was elected into office, there were no regrets.