Misinformation and Disinformation in Hong Kong: Is legislation the answer? WATCH THE ENTIRE EVENT ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL. Misinformation and disinformation is all around us, and comes in many forms. It can be deliberate lies, […]
Photograph by W Sakamoto for Studio Incendo, licensed under CC BY 4.0 Targets of Distrust: Rights, threats and consequences of documenting dissent WATCH THE ENTIRE EVENT ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL. At a time of […]
The election, pandemic, racial injustice: The U.S. through the eyes of foreign correspondents WATCH THE ENTIRE EVENT ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL. America in 2020 has often seemed like a mess. Home to some of the […]
WATCH THE ENTIRE EVENT ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL. Time: 7:00 – 8:30pm Date: Thursday, 12 September 2019 Venue: MWT2, Meng Wah Complex, Main Campus, The University of Hong Kong (Directions) All are welcome. CLICK HERE TO […]
Concerned by growing restrictions on press freedom in Hong Kong and the lack of credible alternative English-language news outlets, JMSC masters of journalism student, Tom Grundy, has teamed up with another journalist to launch a new, independent online newspaper called Hong Kong Free Press.
Visiting Singapore writer and academic tells a Foreign Correspondents' Club audience that arguments about Singapore's "good governance" are not sufficient to explain the ruling party's decades-long hold on power and its ability to suppress press freedoms. Rather, a combination of factors such as market forces and self-restraint, e.g., more use of civil law, have become the preferred tools to curtail media freedoms.
The JMSC has been designated the administrator of the Society of Publishers in Asia Awards for the third year in a row. As awards’ administrator, the JMSC’s duties include finalising the rules and entry requirements, […]