May 25, 2019
  • 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
  • 2:54 pm Action to curb urban pollution

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Commonwealth Journalists' Association

By Raymond Whittaker Threats to the media in Pakistan, where 15 journalists have been killed during 2014, were graphically described at a meeting organised by the Commonwealth Journalists Association at the University of London on November 7. Kamran Shafi, a former army officer and diplomat turned columnist and TV commentator, regularly receives threats to himself […]

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By RAYMOND WHITAKER Threats to the media in Pakistan, where 15 journalists have been killed during 2014, were graphically described at a meeting organised by the Commonwealth Journalists Association at the University of London on November 7. Kamran Shafi, a former army officer and diplomat turned columnist and TV commentator, regularly receives threats to himself […]

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The Indian general election campaign has gripped attention inside and outside the sub-continent. Radically different agendas and personalities offered by the parties mean the country faces a stark choice. CJA-UK gathered experts at Senate House, University of London, to look at where India goes from here, writes JOYEETA BASU: This Indian election is like no […]

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By Humphrey Hawksley, BBC World Affairs Correspondent and CJA-UK member The Economics of Killing: How the West fuels war and poverty in the developed world Wednesday, April 25th 2012 at 6:30 – 8.00pm By his own admission, Vijay Mehta chose a provocative title for his book The Economics of Killing in which he blames Western democracies for […]

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The Commonwealth Journalists Association (UK) and Uniting for Peace invite you to a book discussion and reception: ‘The Economic of Killing: How the West Fuels War and Poverty in the Developing World’ – Wednesday 25th April, 2012, 6:30-8:00pm Speakers: – Humphrey Hawksley, BBC World Affairs Correspondent – Shashank Joshi, Research Fellow, RUSI – Tobias Ellwood, MP […]

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