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PAWA Press Releases (PDFs)

 

PAWA protests to General Sani Abacha over the safety of Nigerian writers.

June 1995| PDF | 299kb

Download -: The National Courier

PAWA deserves support

December 1994 | PDF | 709kb

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PAWA deserves support – as stated in the Newsletter of the Network for the Defence of Independent Media in Africa (NDIMA).

Africa on the threshold of the 21st century

September 1994 | PDF | 480kb

Download -: Daily Graphic

Editorial on a 3-day international symposium themed: Africa on the threshold of the 21st century to commemorate the 85th birthday anniversary of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

Winnie Mandela, South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Culture, Science and Technology address the Accra Metropolitan Assembly

September 1994 | PDF | 379kb

Download -: Daily Graphic

Winnie Mandela arrives in Accra for PAWA Symposium

September 1994 | PDF | 481kb

Download -: Daily Graphic

Winnie Mandela arrives in Accra for PAWA Symposium in connection with the 85th birthday anniversary of Ghana’s first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.

PAWA gets big recognition from the European Writers’ Congress

July 94 | PDF | 327kb

Download -: The Statesman

The 13th Congress of European Writers’ Congress in Norway

June 1994 | PDF | 281kb

Download -: The Ghanaian Democrat

Secretary-General of PAWA invited to participate in the 13th Congress of the European Writers’ Congress in Norway.

PAWA headquarters granted diplomatic status

December 1992 | PDF | 189kb

Download -: The Ghanaian Times

Government of Ghana grants PAWA headquarters diplomatic status in Accra.

Baboucarr Sarr & Badara Joof represented Gambian Writers In Accra

May 1990 | PDF | 483kb

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A report by Gambian writers who attended a congress on Pan-African writers in Accra.