Dear EJC Members,Our writer and colleague John Dale, author of the book ' 24 Hours In Journalism' listed among the finalists of the British Journalism Awards 2012 and voted one of the 40 ‘best books about journalism’, is now inviting fellow journalists to participate of a great project of the same name.The project will show journalists reporting on Somali gunmen and Mexican drug smugglers, on African warlords and Chinese crime barons. It will roam from Bollywood to Hollywood, from Brussels…See More
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Journalism – not just who but where?Although many in the business of journalism tend to see their problems collectively, in the same light – a band of brothers and sisters stretching across the globe, this is not always the case. It is a question not only of who but where. Does this mean that freedom of speech should be forgotten or downgraded, of course not, but we may have to…See More
In considering the question of the ability for integration into culture, which is necessary to get residence in some European countries, I ask this question: What is the effect of a person living in a foreign boarding school, or a school run along the lines of a foreign philosophy? For example: If a person who does not live in…See More