A discussion of contemporary issues in media ethics, with olives and a twist. Made with only the freshest ingredients, shaken, stirred and poured over ice. I should also mention that I do like the odd, occasional martini. Bombay Sapphire gin and Lillet, dry and plenty of salty olives. Welcome to this cocktail of journalism and alcohol. A fine combination!

Thursday, 5 July 2007

WJEC - won't go away

I've decided to find a bit more on the World Journalism Education Congress. There's stuff popping up all over the place.

The Campus Beat #5 » PopMatters | Blogs | Sources Say

Tablet-of-stone Journalism coming to an end [The Hindu 26 June 2007]

UNESCO's model curricula for journalism education launched [The Hindu 27 June 2007]

This last one is interesting. As well as the Declaration of Principles, a model curriculum for global journalism education was unveiled at the congress. I'll have more to say on that once I've had time to digest it more fully.

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