Journalist Hanegbi: The Media Killed the Social Protests of 2012
The participants of the “Human Rights Sensitive Media” workshop being held for Hebrew Media Journalists at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and in collaboration with Israeli Press Association - Jerusalem, met with Dr. Daniel Schwartz, a lecturer for Political Science at the Hebrew University and Israel Radio Reshet Bet Journalist Moshe Hanegbi.
2012-09-06 04:47:06


I’lam Tours Channel 1
I’lam Tours Channel 1 Arab Journalists Get to Know the Public Channel - July 17 2012 On Tuesday, July 17 2012, I’lam organized a tour for journalists to Channel 1 in Jerusalem. The journalists held a meeting with David Witztum, the channel’s news editor and presenter. Witztum guided the journalists on a tour of the station’s various departments.
2012-08-23 06:09:52


Recognizing World Press Freedom Day
I'lam Media Center recognizes World Press Freedom Day by hosting a conference, and by publishing its newest findings, “ Human Rights Discourse in the Arabic and Hebrew Media”. The conference is part of a three-year EU-funded project that pivots on freedom of expression as a means to build a culture for human rights sensitive journalism in Israel.
2012-07-06 05:39:58


Globes Tour for Arab Media Practitioners
I’lam Media Center and Globes –the economics/business newspaper organized a meeting between Arab journalists and editors from Globes. The meetings included several issues: presentation about Globes newspaper and website work, the concept of economic journalism, the journalism work in the economic field and the media coverage of Palestinian society inside Israel by Globes. Several journalists from different media outlets participated in the meeting.
2012-05-25 09:14:16


Launching 'Human Rights Sensitive Media' Course for the Arabic Media
I’lam Media Center launched its first human rights course for Arabic media journalists under an EU-financed action, entitled, “Building a Culture for Human Rights Sensitive Media”. Besides primarily targeting journalists, it will also train teachers, civil society and human rights activists in human rights sensitive journalism. This project is funded by European Union
2012-05-24 06:22:50


Getting Away With Murder
CPJ’s 2012 Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and killers go free.
2012-04-19 06:27:57


In Lebanon, cameraman killed by Syrian gunfire
Syrian security forces shot and killed a Lebanese cameraman today as he was working in the northern Lebanese town of Wadi Khaled near the Syrian border, according to the journalist's employer and news reports citing Lebanese officials. The cross-border death comes on the same day that Syrian security forces fired shots into a refugee camp near the Turkish border, injuring several people, news reports said. (by CPJ)
2012-04-12 08:45:39


Iraqi TV anchor killed by car bomb
BAGHDAD — A "sticky bomb" killed a television presenter working for a local station in Salaheddin province of central Iraq, a provincial spokesman said on Tuesday. (AFP)
2012-04-05 04:22:13


"No Woman's Land" book details newswomen in warzones
(Reuters) - Both male and female journalists face grave dangers working in conflict zones, but for women, working conditions are often more complex, according to a new book.
2012-03-29 09:16:48
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