Journalists Spotlight


Release Date: Wed, 14/12/2016
Qatar continues to support young students in their quest to work within the media. While there remain issues facing the development of the country's media landscape, offering high quality journalism education should ensure the growth of a stronger culture of media freedom and media responsibility
Release Date: Wed, 14/12/2016
From the first newspaper being published in 1972, through to the launch of global media icon Al Jazeera, Qatar's media landscape has witnessed major developments in recent years
Release Date: Wed, 14/12/2016
A gallery of images depicting the shifting Qatari media landscape, from relatively humble beginnings, to hosting one of the global leaders in journalism and supporting a developing media industry
Release Date: Thu, 01/12/2016
Despite an apparent push towards promoting transparency and access to information, more needs to be done in Jordan to ensure the free flow of information to members of the media, according to a local media expert and press freedom advocate
Release Date: Mon, 21/11/2016
With extensive experience within the realms of education and culture, Dr Hamad bin Abdulaziz Al-Kawari is Qatar's official nomination to become the first Arab director of UNESCO next year
Release Date: Tue, 08/11/2016
Despite promises to combat impunity, challenging process of securing justice for families of journalists killed and missing is taking time.
Release Date: Wed, 02/11/2016
Despite promises to combat impunity in Sri Lanka, the extremely challenging process of securing justice for the families of journalists killed and missing will undoubtedly take time, as shown by a number of high profile cases
Release Date: Wed, 02/11/2016
Doha Centre for Media Freedom has repeated its calls for greater cooperation to put pressure on states to provide better protection to journalists, media freedom and fundamental human rights

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