Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

The main points of the following thoughts were given by Bill Porter, ICF’s Founder President, in an informal round table discussion led by reporter Giles on BBC 2 TV's Daily Politics programme on 15 June 2005.

Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

We are delighted to announce the publication of Do Something About It! by Bill Porter, ICF’s Founder President.

Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

William Porter. the ICF's Founder President took part in a conference in Paris today with the theme of The Social Responsibility Of The Media. It was sponsored by UTOPlES, an NGO promoting sustainable development, which is concerned about the lack of space and comment given to this important subject.

Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

An open letter from the ICF's Founder President and President to Owners, Editors and Producers of the Media.

Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

Peter Harland, former Managing Editor of Times Newspapers, London, and good friend of the ICF, died on 6th June 2005. The following tribute was given by Sir Harold Evans, former Editor of The Sunday Times

Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

Bob Webb's spring trip to Ukraine was a journalist's dream. Coming in the wake of the Orange Revolution, it meant he could assess it and try to help move it forward.

Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

Four ICF colleagues have received honours during 2004.

Wednesday, 06 May, 2009

On 9th March 2004 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Bernard Margueritte, president of the International Communications Forum, addressed a one-day media conference organised by The Royal Society of Edinburgh.

Thursday, 07 May, 2009

The ICF partnered Caux Initiatives for Business at the Caux Conference Centre in Switzerland from 11 to 15 July with the theme of ‘Globalisation - As If People Really Mattered.’

Thursday, 07 May, 2009

Meeting in Dublin from 8 to 11 June, 2003, the World Association of Newspapers (WAN) attracted 1200 delegates from 85 countries representing some two thirds of the world’s daily and weekly press. At a Round Table on “Media under Threat - Press Freedom Challenged” William Porter was a Panel Speaker with the subject “Sensationalism and the Erosion of Journalism”.

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