The African Courier is a news platform for the African community in Germany.
It reports on the diaspora experience, with a focus on community life and issues of migration, discrimination and racism, African-German cultural exchange and generally on other issues of special interest to Africans.
With too many negative representations of Africa entrenched in images of war, disease, poverty and famine, The African Courier also seeks to redress the imbalance by giving a realistic image of the continent with all its challenges and opportunities. This, we think, is very important if the world is to engage Africa to mutual benefits.
The African Courier is therefore a communication forum for European-African political, economic and cultural exchanges, and a voice for Africa in Europe.
Our work is focused on the intersection of journalism and engagement to effect positive change in people’s lives.
The first issue of the bimonthly magazine appeared on the newsstands on 15 February 1998.
In January 2016, The African Courier became an online-only publication, with a daily updated website and a weekly e-newsletter.
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The African Courier Verlag
Contact: Femi Awoniyi
Flankenschanze 4 ● 13585 Berlin ● Germany
Tel.: +49 – 30 – 2300 7440 ● Fax: +49 – 30 – 2300 7441