I’ve been reading a book on HIV prevention in which the French anthropologist, sociologist and physician, Didier Fassin is quoted as saying that epidemics are moments of truth for society, when power and knowledge become manifest.I keep thinking of Fassin’s words in light of the Ebola outbreak, the fear and panic that is integral to […]
About Callie Long | Internews Media Development Consultant
Callie Long is a media development practitioner, journalist and organizational communicator. She has over 20 years’ experience as a print, radio, and television reporter and documentary producer payday loans near me. Callie previously headed up Internews in Zimbabwe as Chief of Party and Resident Journalism Advisor from 2010-2011, and continues to work for the organization as a media development consultant. In 2012 she wrote A Story a Day: The media as a preventive tool in public health – a legacy assessment of Internews’ health journalism program in Kenya, and its impact on the country’s media, the public health sector, and media consumers. Much of her writing has focused on HIV and AIDS, conflict, and humanitarian disasters, often in crisis settings. Her research focuses mainly on media development interventions and the impact of trauma and violence on journalists.
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Earlier this month Christopher Graves, CEO for Ogilvy Public Relations*, wrote that “managing Ebola will take powerful communication.” It’s a sensible and thoughtful blog about a horrible disease that is such a public health nightmare for the people of West Africa.
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