June 24, 2019
  • 2:11 pm Raymond Louw, an outstanding campaigner
  • 8:31 am In the path of India’s election juggernaut
  • 10:59 am How the Assange case highlights the public’s right to know, but also public trust in a free press
  • 3:19 pm Journalists’ safety and media freedom both endangered in Indian election, panel warns
  • 12:19 pm CJA Newsletter special – Remembering Derek Ingram

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Commonwealth Journalists' Association

Vital truth: right to report the news is under threat On this day, 3 May 2013, the Commonwealth Journalists Association stands united with our colleagues around the globe who work around the clock to bring us the news, despite threats of imprisonment, violence and even death. In 2012, 121 journalists were killed in the line of […]

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The Commonwealth Journalists Association urges the UK government and main political parties to reconsider the introduction of statutory controls to regulate the press. Legislative measures include the underpinning of a Royal Charter by a provision in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill and an amendment to the Crime and Courts Bill threatening any newspaper that […]

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  In this edition: China – What next?; Sri Lanka – CHOGM; Pakistan – Malala say thanks; India – Changes to editorial priorities; Kenya – Safety advice; Nigeria – Unesco condemns murder of editor; Gambia – Open letter; UK – Role of African diaspora media; Americas – Press freedom ups and downs; CJA President’s Report; CJA Executive Director’s Report Download it here in magazine […]

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A report of the ‘China 2013 – what next?’ CJA UK seminar held at Senate House, University of London, on 22 January 2013 By Anuj Kapoor, CJA UK Enigmatic doesn’t begin to describe what China has come to mean to the world in recent decades. Even as a bit more is known and understood about Chinese systems and practices, […]

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“The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love and to be greater than our suffering.” Ben Okri’s antiquated yet prevailingly words offer the westerner a peek through the keyhole into the Nigerian psyche. The literary poet lays bare a constant in the tumultuous history of the […]

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