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.

Friday, November 28, 2008
Bernard Margueritte

ICF President Bernard Margueritte has undertaken a number of important engagements this autumn. 

Thursday, October 30, 2008
From left to right: Bob Webb, Imam Hamid Slimi, Bill Porter and Henry Heald

Henry F. Heald, the Canadian Representative for the International Communications Forum, has just spent an inspiring week in Ottawa and Toronto with Bill Porter, founder of the International Communications Forum (ICF), and Bob Webb, long-time reporter, columnist and editorial writer with the Cincinnati Enquirer, meeting with Canadian Muslim communities and journalism students.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Over 150 media students deepened their understanding of ethical issues when they took part in a Media Ethics Workshop at the Lincoln University School of Journalism on 11 February 2008, organised by the International Communications Forum at the invitation of Richard Keeble, Professor of Journalism.

Friday, July 20, 2007

Malgorzata Bonikowska, president of the newly formed Polish Chapter of the ICF, was appointed a Vice President of the ICF at the ICF Assembly held in Caux, Switzerland in July 2007.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Two members of the ICF’s U.S. Chapter received key appointments recently. Alan Kania of Denver, secretary-treasurer, was appointed chairman of the International Committee of the Society of Professional Journalists by SPJ National President Chris Tatum of the Denver Post. The committee engages in a wide range of media issues globally.

Saturday, June 30, 2007

A quiet journalist with a world outlook.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Torben Krogh, ICF Vice President, died on 26th June 2007, aged 63.

Friday, June 2, 2006

During May and June 2006 ICF took part in the International Press Institutes Congress in Edinburgh, the International and European Press Clubs in London  and in  the World Association of Newspapers Annual Congress in Moscow.

Monday, March 27, 2006

The ICF has been associated with Reporters d'Espoir (Reporters of Hope) in France since its inception in 2003. It was initiated by young French media persons to provide a balance against the negative slant of news and entertainment in the print and broadcast media. It offers annual prizes in four subject categories and an annual magazine presenting the prize-winning entries selected by committees of experienced professionals

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