Journalism

27.04.2016

Neo-liberalism at Work

Neo-liberalism at Work

Anne Kass When she had just retired after being a judge in a Family Court for 18 years, the Albuquerque Rotary Club invited her to give a speech which words are still very accurate: “Thank you for inviting me today. Since I retired on December 31st,… »

25.04.2015

EVENT VIDEO – Chomsky, Jay, Raza & Machon: Whistleblowers, Activism & the Alternative Media

EVENT VIDEO – Chomsky, Jay, Raza & Machon: Whistleblowers, Activism & the Alternative Media

Published by acTVism 19 April 2015 An informational event was hosted by acTVism Munich at the Muffatwerk in Munich in which the significance and role of whistleblowers, the alternative media, activism and a host of other related issues were discussed. »

21.12.2014

Accreditation of journalists in Hong Kong

Accreditation of journalists in Hong Kong

The UK’s relations with Hong Kong: 30 years after the Joint Declaration – Wednesday 17 December 2014 – ordered by the House of Commons to be published on 17 December 2014, notes taken from that telephon regarding accreditation of journalists in Hong Kong. Witnesses from Hong Kong: Jitendra Joshi, President,… »

11.09.2014

Indian journalists protest over colleague’s arrest

Indian journalists protest over colleague’s arrest

Guwahati: The journalist fraternity of northeast India took to the streets demonstrating their anger against the Assam government for arresting a private television journalist suspect of ‘maintaining unlawful relationship’ with banned armed outfits. The media personnel under various forums urged the authority to release Jaikhlong Brahma, a… »

08.05.2014

Unpaid media employees of northeast India

Unpaid media employees of northeast India

India’s highest court on April 9 ruled that journalists and non-journalists of newspapers and news agencies are entitled to a pay hike under the recommendations of the Majithia Wage Board. Dismissing pleas by various owners seeking a review of its earlier judgment, the Supreme Court directed publishers to… »

27.12.2013

Bahrain: NurPhoto’s photographers arrested in possession of a weapon called camera

Bahrain: NurPhoto’s photographers arrested in possession of a weapon called camera

NurPhoto’s photojournalist Ahmed Al-Fardan,  was arrested in the morning of December 26, 2013 by Bahrain police. The photojournalist was inside his house when Bahrain Special Security has broke into his home. The police confiscated computers and photographic equipment.   The government of Bahrain over the past few years has violently… »

09.11.2013

Journalism in Syria, impossible Job?

Journalism in Syria, impossible Job?

[clear][clear]Syria is now the world’s most dangerous country for journalists. According to a Reporters Without Borders tally, more than 110 news providers have been killed in the course of their work in Syria since March 2011 and more than 60 are currently detained, held hostage or missing. As Edouard Elias and Didier François,… »

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