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We need to start promoting communication as a human right, says Peruvian media advocate Pedro Sanchez. This implies a change in education and our view of the media.
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A breakaway Muslim rebel group attacked a military convoy with Filipino journalists on board in Maguindanao in southern Philippines on February 4.
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Senators are once again at odds with the Philippine Supreme Court, this time regarding criminal penalties for online libel.
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The positive outcome from this first regional "checkup" of Poynter Fellows speaks to the need for local events around the world to keep the Leadership Fellows program on the cutting edge.
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The picture of press freedom in Bangladesh is generally gloomy, although the condition differs from one regime to another.
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On Feb. 15, The Media Project is bringing together in Dhaka, Bangladesh, leading local mainstream journalists under the banner “Key Challenges to Media Freedom."
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We cannot continue giving tribute to murders, narcotraffickers and their horrors. We need to create new generations that do not prioritize violence in their publications.
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A Jordanian journalist kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf rebels in the Philippines was freed unharmed on December 4 after a year and a half in captivity.
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Apply for one of TMP's 16 full scholarships for journalists to attend a custom Poynter leadership and coaching workshop in Florida, USA.
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The Philippines is now one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists to live.
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