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A new UNESCO report has highlighted the trends and challenges regarding the safety of foreign correspondents, as well as the crucial role they play in informing the public around the globe. The environment and nature of the work of foreign correspondents has significantly changed in recent years under the influence of the digital revolution, which has […]

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A united front of all international media organisations dedicated to free speech and the protection of journalists, including the CJA, has welcomed the conclusions and recommendations of the milestone public inquiry into the assassination of Malta’s leading investigative journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia. Along with the CJA are ARTICLE 19, Association of European Journalists, Committee to […]

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The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Patricia Scotland, has said the Commonwealth is closely monitoring developments around the suspension of Twitter, and allegations of repression of the rights to freedom of expression, access to information, media freedom, as well as disregard for the rule of law in Nigeria. “All Commonwealth member countries [including Nigeria] have committed […]

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Competition for the prestigious annual Thomson Foundation Young Journalist Award is now open, with a special emphasis this year on environmental journalism The award is dedicated to finding and inspiring ambitious young journalists, aged under 30, from countries with a Gross National Income per capita of less than $20,000. Judges look for stories that are […]

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The Editors Guild of India has expressed shock over what it says is the cavalier manner in which Uttar Pradesh Police is treating the mysterious death of TV journalist, Sulabh Srivastava, pictured, in Pratapgrah. Mr Srivastava, who had been threatened by the a criminal gang for exposing their wrongdoings, had recently written a letter to […]

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