The Institute of International Studies at Seoul National University and the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience are set to host ‘Countering Revisionism: Engaging New Generations in Memory, Truth and Justice around World War II Heritage’, an international conference at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City on July 7, 2022. Continue reading International Conference on countering revisionist narratives around WWII
Journalists from around the world discuss ‘fact-checking and self-regulation in media organizations’ during the World Journalists Conference 2022. Continue reading The threat of misinformation: fact-checking and self-regulation in media
At the World Journalists Conference 2022, speakers from around the world discuss whether journalists can change society. Continue reading Do journalists ‘change’ society?
An overview of what went down at the 10th anniversary of World Journalists Conference (2022) where 70 journalists from 45 countries gathered virtually to address issues surrounding the profession and society. Continue reading World Journalists Conference 2022: fact-checking, self-regulation in media, and the impact of journalists on society
Writer, filmmaker and journalist Rahul Aijaz writes about the necessity of culture journalism and how journalists can change society. Continue reading The Necessity of Culture Journalism
Pakistan-based filmmaker and journalist Rahul Aijaz writes why the world should not force a cultural boycott of Russia in the wake of Russian Invasion of Ukraine. Continue reading Why a cultural boycott of Russia is not the answer
Filmmaker Rahul Aijaz writes about his experience showcasing a Sindhi film in Russia. Continue reading A train crosses the rivers Indus, Nile and Volga
If memory serves me right, my first visit to the Chungcheongnam province in Korea was in December 2015. I was then working as a photojournalist and deputy editor at the Asia Journalists Association in Seoul and our journalist organization had … Continue reading Chungnam: the Korean province where history and future merge