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[Statements] AJA Statement on the Release of Aung San Suu Kyi

(25 May 2007, Seoul) We have watched the situation surrounding the detention of Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi as current term of house arrest nears its end. It is deplorable that Burma’s military government shows no sign of freeing the only detained Nobel laureate in the world in spite of the heightened international […]

[Activities] World Press Freedom Day 2007 Keynote Speech: Lee Sang-ki

Sang-ki, Lee Founder President Asia Journalist Association Today is a day to celebrate the fundamental ideas of freedom of expression, to assess the state of press freedom around the world, and to discuss solutions for the challenges. Every year it reminds us media professionals of our duty to uphold the press freedom as basic human […]

[Notices] World Press Freedom Day 2007: Schedules

Programme 10.00 am Welcome Address YB hg Tan Sri Dato’ Haji Mazlan Nordin Chairman, Asian Institute for Development Communication Dr Richard Leete UNDP Resident Representative for Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei Darussalam 10.15 am Keynote Addresses Mr Lee Sang-ki President, Asia Journalists Association, Seoul, Korea 10.45 am Presentations by Students Press Freedom Monash University Malaysia Safety of Journalists HELP University […]

[Notices] Resolution Supporting the AJA by the Society of Professional Journalists(SPJ)

Resolution Supporting the Asia Journalist Association by the Society of Professional Journalists, USA  

[Notices] Special Int’l Conference of Journalists to be Held in February 2007

[Notices] Special Int’l Conference of Journalists to be Held in February 2007

Special Int’l Conference of Journalists to be Held in February 2007 at Mt. Geumgang   SEOUL (Dec. 6, 2005) — A special international conference of journalists will be held at Mt. Geumgang, North Korea, in February 2007. Under the theme “Peace and Reconciliation of the Korean Peninsula,” the special conference will be co-sponsored by the […]

[AJA Forum 2005] Asia Journalists Association Joint Communique

1. Fifty-eight journalists from 24 foreign countries and regions and Korean journalists attending the 2005 Asia Journalists Forum and Plenary Session of the Asia Journalists Association in Seoul and Jeju from Oct. 30 to Nov. 5 rounded off their sessions with fresh commitments to join hands in protecting and expanding the press freedom, safety and […]

[AJA Forum 2005] Protection of Sources: Christopher Warren

Christopher Warren President International Federation of Journalists(IFJ) @Asian Journalists Forum October 31, 2005     The protection of journalists’ sources is a fundamental rule of journalistic ethics. It’s a principle recognised by national and international journalist codes of ethics around the world. Clause six of the IFJ Declaration of Principles on the Conduct of Journalists […]