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
Last year around this time, the world had shut down, and governments, citizens, medical professionals and the media were all scrambling to make sense of this new world order. Fast forward to April 2021, we have come quite far and … Continue reading World Journalists Conference 2021: Post-Covid era, climate change and the role of journalism
Due to the global pandemic, World Journalists Conference 2020 was held online from Sep 14-16 with over 80 journalists from 55 countries, who discussed issues of peace, responses to Covid19, and the future of journalism. Continue reading World Journalists Conference 2020: peace and media amidst the pandemic