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TMP is pleased to announce the names of the 17 international journalists selected as our 2016 Leadership Fellows.
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It might seem the easy takeaway from the Oscar-winning film Spotlight is a zero-sum game: Journalism 1, organized religion 0.
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The Media Project is pleased to announce the names of the 17 international journalists chosen to receive a 2016 Coaching and Leadership Fellowship.
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“We were treated like dogs!" kidnap victim Ms. Marites Flor reported upon her release after months of detention at the hands of Islamist terror group Abu Sayyaf.
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The chairman of Liberia's National Muslim Council said Muslims are part of the country and should be accorded the right to have a national holiday.
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Philippine journalists express mixed feelings in anticipation of covering the tough-talking, anti-press president-elect Rodrigo Duterte, who takes office this month.
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In a troubling and hidden manner, Mexico's Chihuahua's state congress makes major reforms to the civil code to modify longstanding views on marriage.
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Growing up in Sweden in an immigrant family, Siavosh Derakhti was an unrepentant racist until his father took him to Auschwitz. Now he's dedicated his life to fighting anti-Semitism.
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De una manera soterrada, algunos diputados y diputadas en el congreso del estado de Chihuahua han estado preparando una reforma al código civil.
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The dedication to neutrality and objectivity of Rwanda's media following the genocide has come at the expense of covering religion in most aspects of the country's life.
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