January 25, 2020
  • 3:44 pm Guy Arnold, prolific Commonwealth journalist
  • 10:16 am Shared goals bring Commonwealth and UN closer together
  • 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

Sharing Discussing Understanding

Commonwealth Journalists' Association

By Trevor Grundy The British explorer, writer, scholar and anti-apartheid campaigner Guy Arnold has died in London. He was 87. He was a prolific author and journalist, staunch supporter of the CJA,  and a highly respected figure in Commonwealth circles. His last book Africa – A Modern History 1945-2015 is a mine of information and […]

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Amina Mohammed, left, and Patricia Scotland make their commitment.   Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland and United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed have formally committed their organisations to work more closely together. The two leaders signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the Commonwealth’s headquarters in Marlborough House, London. The document outlines how the two organisations will […]

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By Raymond Whitaker You can view edited highlights of the CJA discussion at https://youtu.be/Y6EjmwDZauM Kashmir has been a source of tension in south Asia since Partition in 1947. The mountainous Muslim-majority state has been the cause of two of the three wars fought by India and Pakistan, as well as numerous smaller flare-ups between the […]

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By William Horseley, International Director of the Centre for the Freedom of Media at Sheffield University, and CJA-UK Executive Committee member The chairman of the UK government’s independent High-Level Panel of Legal Experts, Lord Neuberger, pictured, has outlined its ambitious plans two months after the panel was established at the London Conference on Media Freedom […]

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Special Envoy on Media Freedom, Amal Clooney. By David Page The London Media Freedom   Conference, hosted by the British and Canadian governments, took place at the Print Works in East London on 10 and 11 July. It was extremely ambitious in its scope, with 1500 delegates from all over the world, and four or […]

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