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May
25
2023

Women Journalists in Exile: Navigating Work and Life in Canada, Afghanistan, and around the Globe

"Women Journalists in Exile: Navigating Work and Life in Canada, Afghanistan, and around the Globe" was the title of the webinar conducted by Journalists for Human Rights (JHR).
The panel participants

April
10
2023

Submission of an open letter signed by 600 Afghan journalists to the address of United Nations’ Secretary General

An open letter signed by 600 Afghan journalists delivered to the United Nations Secretary-General's office At the initiative of the Afghanistan Journalists’ Support Organization (AJSO), an open letter was written about the dire situation of freedom of exp

January
03
2023

Challenges of Afghan journalists in 2022 under Taliban rule

It is the title of a program organized by the Organization for the Support of Afghan Journalists with the presence of Mrs. Najiba Ayubi, the former head of Kilid Group, Mr. Danesh Karukhil, the head of Pajhwok News Agency, Mr. Sharif Hasniar, the former head

November
21
2022

Ethical decision-making in journalism and its place in journalists’ rights

Taken from the free journalistic guidelines The employees of some news offices, from the people at the top to the lower ranks, are confused. Whenever an unsolvable issue or problem arises, the senior manager decides what response should be made. The advantage of this

November
21
2022

Ethical principles and law in journalism

Taken from the free journalistic guide

If power means the ability to influence others, a free press has tremendous power. In a democratic society, news media generally have the right to report news before it is approved by the government. In many

November
21
2022

What is advertising literacy? Examining the dimensions of advertising literacy

Summary

The main goal of the article is to develop the concept of advertising literacy and present a model of advertising literacy. This new model is used in advertising research, media education and advertising design. Also, the present article can be conside

November
21
2022

What is peace and war reporting?

In one sense, peace reporting means that the reporter and the editor should think and pay attention to the choice of what they should report and how they should inform, in order to create opportunities for the society to understand the importance and impact of using Fin

November
21
2022

Research report and good governance

The media is one of the important forces in the process of improving the quality of the government and the private sector. Independent and free media informs citizens about the behavior of the government and private institutions and provides the basis for pu

November
21
2022

Social Media use in political campaigns in Afghanistan during the 2018 parliamentary elections

This study explored how and why candidates in Afghanistan’s 2018 parliamentary elections used social media as a political campaign tool. Drawing from the theory of uses and gratification, 28 candidates were interviewed in-depth to examine their motivations for using

November
21
2022

From fatelessness in third countries to the nightmare of returning to Afghanistan

After August 15, 2021 and the return of the Taliban to the political power of Afghanistan, dozens of Afghan journalists have sought refuge in the countries of the region and are living in a hopeless situation. Journalists who were the norm for millions of Afghan citizen