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The 2010 Asia Media Summit (AMS 2010) will focus on the issue of media efficiency. The event will be held from May 25 to 26, 2010 in Beijing, China. The forum will include sessions that cover themes including public trust in media, media ethics, copyright, mapping media assistance, and more.
Journalists from the Asia-Pacific region, the United States and across the globe can now access the first edition of the East-West MediaLine newsletter, a product of the Asia-Pacific Center for Journalists at the East-West Center.
Latin American editors are invited to apply for the six-week online course "Challenges and opportunities of digital journalism," administered by the Center of Digital Journalism of Guadalajara. The course is scheduled to begin January 17, 2010.
The human rights organization Article 19 recently launched a Web site to foster networking among Iranian journalists, bloggers and activists. The site, called the Azad Tribune, encourages writers and activists inside and outside Iran to post articles and information.
Israeli and Palestinian journalists working in any medium are invited to submit opinion pieces that examine the effect of informal education on Israeli and Palestinian perspectives. Deadline to submit entries: December 22.
A publication available online aims to engage key stakeholders including journalists in enhancing freedom of information in the Africa region. The project aims to demonstrate the relevance of freedom of information in the promotion of women's rights. Research was conducted in Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa and Zambia.