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Virtually 90% of journalists in Guinea-Bissau’s non-public sector earn poorly and haven’t any employment contracts


Virtually 90% of journalists in Guinea-Bissau’s non-public media earn lower than 100,000 francs CFA (about 150 euros) monthly and haven’t any employment contract, concluded a report offered immediately.

Ready on the request of the Affiliation of Skilled Media Ladies, in partnership with the Affiliation for Cooperation Amongst Peoples, and funded by Camões, Institute for Cooperation and Language, the report outlines the profile of the media in Guinea-Bissau.

Concerning non-public media, dominated by radio stations, the information point out that 229 professionals work in that sector and that the “overwhelming majority is male.

“Of that quantity . . .

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