25 January 2013

North Africa: Maghreb Journalists Adopt Code of Ethics

Maghreb media professionals on Thursday (January 24th) wrapped up a two-day conference in Hammamet by adopting a code of ethics, TAP reported. Their final declaration called on regional governments to end the censorship of journalists and enact democratic laws that facilitate access to information.

Journalists from Africa, Europe and the US attended the event, which was organised by the EU delegation to Tunisia.

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