Anika Kentish leads the ACM

BRIDGETOWN, March 3, 2018 – The Association of Caribbean Media Workers Saturday elected its first female president, veteran Antiguan journalist and broadcaster Anika Kentish.     Also elected unopposed were First Vice-President (Finance) Nazima Raghubir, the president of the Guyana Press Association (GPA) and General Secretary Jewel Forde (Barbados). Kern Mason, the president of the […] Read more

Mar, 08, 2018


All Set for Disaster Reporting Symposium

Feb 26, 2018, ACM – More than 40 journalists and representatives of regional and international organisations will meet in Barbados on March 2 and 3 when the Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers (ACM) hosts a Disaster Reporting Symposium in the face of last year’s devastating hurricane season. In addition to representatives of the ACM’s 14 national […] Read more

Feb, 26, 2018


ACM hosts Disaster Reporting Symposium

On March 2 and 3, 2018 the ACM will be hosting a Disaster Reporting Symposium at the PomMarine Hotel in Barbados. The symposium will focus on development of a protocol to guide the relationship between journalists and disaster management agencies, scenarios for optimum media performance at times of disaster and the emergence of climate change […] Read more

Jan, 23, 2018


Hurricane-affected journalists receive assistance

Media colleagues from Dominica will be among the first regional recipients of assistance from the Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers (ACM) as part of a project to replace journalistic tools lost or destroyed by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September/October. Journalists and other media workers from Anguilla, Barbuda, Dominica and Tortola, will be receiving laptops, mobile […] Read more

Dec, 14, 2017


Eye on the Storm – Caribbean journalists tell their stories

As part of our project to address the needs of journalists affected by Hurricane Irma, we have undertaken to have journalists who continued to provide coverage throughout the crisis tell us their stories. This is a collaboration involving the ACM and CMC and all content is located at http://cananewsonline.com/main/category/public-news/post-hurricane-response/ You are free to use the material […] Read more

Sep, 19, 2017



Sep 13, 2017 – The Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers (ACM) has launched a campaign focused on the plight of journalists and other media workers in some Caribbean countries affected by Hurricane Irma. A committee led by veteran Barbadian broadcaster, Julian Rogers, and including ACM president Wesley Gibbings, Media Institute of the Caribbean (MIC) board member/former […] Read more

Sep, 13, 2017


Martinique Press Club joins ACM

We are pleased to announce acceptance of the Martinique Press Club (CPM) – http://www.clubpresse-martinique.fr/wp/ – as a Full Member association within the ACM network. The CPM now joins with the Curacao Media Organization (CMO), Guyana Press Association (GPA), Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ), Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (Matt), Media Association of Saint Lucia (MASL), Media […] Read more

Jul, 26, 2017


Our House – An Introduction to the Parliament of Guyana

The ACM is pleased to have been associated with a project to develop public information materials to promote greater awareness of the contribution of the parliamentary system to transparent and accountable governance and genuine representation of the will of the people of Guyana. We have titled it: Our House – An Introduction to the Parliament […] Read more

Jun, 26, 2017


ACM authored publications for Guyana launch

The Association of Caribbean Media Workers, in collaboration with the Parliament of Guyana with funding under the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives and the High Commission of Canada to Guyana, will be launching the publication “Our House, an Introduction to the Parliament of Guyana”. The launch of two booklets, one for adults and an illustrated version for school children, along with their online versions, […] Read more

Jun, 16, 2017


Statement – World Press Freedom Day, May 3, 2017

Global observance of World Press Freedom Day 2017 brings special meaning to Caribbean media professionals with its focus on advancing peaceful, just and inclusive societies through the application of critical minds during what we recognise to be critical times. The framing of this challenge by UNESCO resonates favourably in our region as we pursue the […] Read more

May, 02, 2017


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