PROF GUY BERGER
headed up the School of Journalism & Media Studies at Rhodes
University, Grahamstown, South Africa from 1994-2010. In November 2011, he left Rhodes to work at UNESCO as Director for Freedom of Expression and Media Development. Berger has worked in the press and television,
and has a PhD from Rhodes. He was deputy Chair of the SA
National Editors Forum 2003-4, and remained an active member up till 2011.
Berger also authored "Converse" - a fortnightly column for the Mail & Guardian online up till end 2010.
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Email: G.Berger "AT" unesco.org
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2010 project: Convening the World Journalism Education Congress, 5-7 July 2010.
the Africa Media Matrix,
a new facility for the School.
2007 - 2005