December 8, 2019
  • 4:55 pm London demands justice for Caruana Galizia
  • 9:52 am Decisive break with the past … and little cause for optimism, says Kashmir panel
  • 1:54 pm How one journalist’s murder affects all of us
  • 12:03 pm Media leaders collaborate to take on fake news
  • 9:59 am Pioneering Zimbabwean author dies

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Commonwealth Journalists' Association

 By Syed Badrul Ahsan Journalists are an endangered species everywhere, not just in Asia or Africa or Latin America. There are a good number of instances where the media have been under attack or under threat in Europe. In the United States, the drumbeat by the Trump administration on fake news has had the extreme […]

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By Mahendra Ved  For long years, we complained of misuse of television and then, of the Internet. While this persists, now it is fake news. In a collective action that was long overdue, global news majors have braced to fight disinformation. It is essential for them if they want to stay credible and relevant in […]

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                                           By Trevor Grundy One of the most outstanding journalists and authors to emerge from southern Africa, Lawrence Vambe, has died at a  London nursing home.  He was 102, and until recently had been in […]

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Julian Assange. Photo BBC   By CJA Executive Committee member, and Media Freedom representative of the Association of European Journalists, William Horsley The possible extradition of Julian Assange to face criminal charges in the USA following his expulsion from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London could lead to a dangerous precedent that would severely damage the […]

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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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