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The assumptions journalists make about education after high school

  If your college experience included a dorm room, four years studying in ivy-covered libraries and an eventual job offer that earned you more money than you made before, it does not represent the realities of post-high school education in the United States today. Poynter’s upcoming two-day workshop will challenge the assumptions many people make about post-high school education — from college as Read More

Egypt: Detained Journalist’s Health Deteriorating

(Beirut) – Egyptian authorities should immediately provide appropriate health care to the imprisoned journalist Hisham Gaafar, whose health, including his eyesight, is deteriorating in detention, Human Rights Watch said today. If prison authorities are unable to provide him necessary health care, they should allow him to seek care in private health facilities. EXPAND Egyptian journalist Hisham Gaafar before his detention in October Read More

Journalists manhandled at Bhagwant Mann’s rally in Punjab

It seems that AAP MP Bhagwant Mann has not learnt any lessons from the Parliament video controversy. Mann, who was suspended from the Lok Sabha for shooting a Parliament video recently, on Thursday allegedly incited his party volunteers to throw journalists out of his rally for asking a question related to the sacking of a party minister in the wake Read More

Investigative journalists who published the secret recordings of Pope Francis’s, acquitted in Vatileaks trial

Two investigative journalists at the heart of a controversial leaks trial at the Vatican were acquitted on Thursday after judges ruled they did not have the authority to examine their cases. Italians Gianluigi Nuzzi and Emiliano Fittipaldi, who had published books based on the documents at the heart of the trial, were not considered to have committed a crime on Read More