France 24 is composed by three different TV channels which broadcast in French, English and Arabic 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is dedicated to international news and its slogan is “Liberté, Egalité, Actualité” (“Freedom, Equality, News”). It has a French approach to world affairs. With its three channels, France 24 wants to provide a unique global public service and a common editorial stance. It was launched in 2006 and today it is available is 177 countries. It is based in Paris but it also has a broad network of correspondents and 100 bureaus throughout the world.
Examining problems and solutions of regional management of Africa’s Great Lakes basin.
This scrollytelling project looks into fraud and corruption at major development institutions, such as the World Bank, and at the monitoring solutions emerging at the international and local level.