April 22, 2019
  • 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
  • 5:15 pm Derek Ingram, 1925-2018, Passionate defender of Commonwealth values and founding father of the CJA
  • 4:10 pm The 12 Principles: A new code is proposed for freedom of expression and the role of media in good governance across the Commonwealth

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Commonwealth Journalists' Association

By Zina Rohan “If it’s not fun, what the hell is the point?” John Tusa, speaking to the Commonwealth Journalists’ Association on 6th March, was talking about his new book Making a Noise: Getting it Right, Getting it Wrong, in front of an audience largely composed of ex-BBC World Service staff. The occasion was, therefore, […]

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Daphne Caruana Galiza. – Pic Reuters. Author: Malcolm Naudi  A former Chair of the Institute of Maltese Journalists (chaired the Institute for 14 years consecutively from 2001 to 2014). Former Deputy Editor of the Sunday Times of Malta.   The brutal murder of the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed by a bomb planted in her car, […]

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  By William Horsley The big guns of the world’s media have found themselves at fault. At UNESCO’s Paris headquarters on 5 February, 200 senior media managers, editors and journalists from around the world, whose everyday job is to hold others to account, publicly examined their own record in standing up for the safety of […]

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Long-standing BBC editor Ian Richardson has exploited his wide experience of broadcasting and the Middle East to write his first novel, The Mortal Maze. A thriller, the book takes in terrorism, espionage, corruption, love and betrayal, http://www.themortalmaze.com/comments.html. Ian grew up in a newspaper family in rural Australia, but after the family business was sold, he switched […]

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By TREVOR GRUNDY Soon after the quintessentially English journalist Richard West married the quintessentially Irish journalist Mary Kenny in 1974, he visited South Africa during the build-up to the Soweto uprising and the final days of apartheid, which he wrote about so well. During a drink-in with colleagues at the Hotel Elizabeth opposite The Star […]

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