UNESCO report launched in Palestine

From the left: Deema Assi, Farid Abudheir, Rasha Amarneh,  Hala Tannous, Hilde Haraldstad, Maher Awawdeh, Maher Abu Zant, Asaad Taffal, Reema Alamleh, Naser Saadat,  Naser Jawabreh (Photo Asem Shunnar)

The Arabic version of the UNESCO report on access to information was launched at An-Najah National University in Nablus in Palestine 29 September in cooperation with the local UNESCO office and JMIC, with support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Continue reading “UNESCO report launched in Palestine”

Indonesian Interfaith – Intermedia dialogue

Panel on press freedom and media responsibility. From left: Agus Sudibyo, The Indonesian Press Council; Jati Savitri, MedCom.id; Gunnar Kagge, Aftenposten; Elisabeth Eide, JMIC; Shoaib Sultan, Norwegian Centre Against Racism. Rudi Sukandar, the Habibie Center, also participated. (Photos courtesy of the Embassy of Indonesia)

Together with The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, the Embassy of Indonesia in Norway organised a two day seminar. Continue reading “Indonesian Interfaith – Intermedia dialogue”

Professor Chibita condemns Uganda´s hindrances to Access to Information

Deputy Minister of Finance, Mr. David Bahati, Vice Chancelor Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe joing alumni to celebrate 30 years of teaching journalism and Communication at Makerere University. (DJC photo)

Uganda Christian University Professor, Monica Chibita has described Uganda’s state of access to information as pitiable. Continue reading “Professor Chibita condemns Uganda´s hindrances to Access to Information”