Thursday, December 3, 2009

Sonali Samarasinghe Wickrematunge now carries the title “Editor in Exile”. In September of 2008, she was the second winner of the Global Shining Light Award in Norway, presented by the International Conference of Investigative Journalists for exposing how a government minister “used his power and connections to the President of the country to run roughshod over the media and the justice system.” Less than four months later her husband of two months, the well known editor of the Leader newspaper, Sri Lanka, was brutally gunned down as he drove to work and Sonali was forced to flee the country, along with other members of her family—hence her unusual title.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Bob Webb

Widow of assassinated Sri Lankan editor expected.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Bob Webb

News from Arab-US policymakers’ conference illustrates how media misses the positive

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The September edition of the ICF newsletter is now available for download in PDF. Click here to download.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Bob Webb

One of my most poignant memories of Senator Edward Kennedy was not his unforgettable 1972 Halloween night campaign speech in Jersey City attacking President Nixon. Nor was it the tip he gave me for a good story when I was The Cincinnati Enquirer's Washington correspondent.

Friday, August 21, 2009
Robert Chase

Film of shot Iraqi student Nada cited as moving example of citizen journalism

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Communications company director tells of ‘the other 9/11’

Monday, July 27, 2009
Mike Jempson

MediaWisedirector calls for Daily Telegraph to reveal if it paid for disc on MPs’ expenses claims.

Thursday, July 23, 2009
Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite was a newsman’s newsman. He was a man for the ages. His insistence on objectivity, fairness and truth and his love for the job made him a role model for journalists everywhere.

Sunday, January 25, 2009
Henry Heald, Canada, addressing the ICF session at Caux.

Way back in 1992, when the IC Forum was preparing its first International conference in France at the resort town of Le Touquet, a tall, ambling, broad-shouldered man found his way to the Conference Centre in the Palais de l’Europe. He turned out to be Canadian journalist, Henry Heald, for many years a reporter on Ottawa’s principal daily, and, more recently, a highly appreciated agricultural writer with a world-wide brief.

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