October 20, 2020
  • 10:59 am Commonwealth at the crossroads: Where do we go from here?
  • 3:49 pm Patsy Robertson, the dedicated link between journalists and the Commonwealth
  • 9:23 am We back Chin’ono
  • 10:22 am Kailash Budhwar, acclaimed broadcaster who guided BBC Hindi service
  • 7:27 pm The Commonwealth’s twin problems with media freedom, and a blueprint for action

Sharing Discussing Understanding

Commonwealth Journalists' Association

The UK branch of the Commonwealth Journalists Association (CJA-UK) has discussed with a small group of Gambian media-connected professionals the ‘climate of fear’ that has existed for the last 16 years in the independent media in that country. This meeting, held in London recently, ended with a call for the Gambia to be reinstated on […]

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JUSTIN WINTLE, historian and author of several books including Perfect Hostage, a biography of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, on the public discussion on a potential superpower’s search for global influence. On 30 September 2010, the Commonwealth Journalists’ Association (UK) convened a well-attended meeting in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Room (an annex […]

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Politicians, journalists and media pundits gathered in the Palace of Westminster, London, in early June 2010 to offer their views on a nail-biting British general election. As each speaker tried to make sense of a month that ended 13 years of Labour rule and brought in the UK’s first coalition government since World War Two, […]

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