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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A recent British article illustrates, allegedly, the depth of ‘elitism’, even privilege, amongst its higher members of society. Is this a matter of class, culture or constitution? We are back to the politics and it looks like summer holiday illusions of equality are over. The figures are revealing:“…that while 95% of Britons believe “in a fair society every person should have an equal opportunity to get ahead”,…See More
by sadiahaidariPakistan's relationship with its women is rooted in a patriarchal feudal system feeding the country since before it was born and full of violence after their birth. It's an archaic system that has produced the men who run the country, negotiate domestic and foreign policy and penned…See More