"Journalists should never go through a selection process to be allowed to report on public institutions, least of all controlled by intelligence agencies. We urge the authorities to drop this proceeding and allow journalists to cover public affairs without any kind of policing", the International Federation of Journalists has said.
IFJ Backs Call for Journalists to Boycott Selection Process
IFJ, 29 March 2019
The GPU confirmed that the Office of the Director of Press and Public Relations (DPPR) is requiring journalists to go through a selection process under the supervision of the State… Read more »
The State Needs to Explain Why State House Journalists Have to Be Screened
Foroyaa, 29 March 2019
The office of the Director of Press and Public Relations (DPPR) at the Office of the President had earlier invited media personnel who wish to cover the engagements of the… Read more »
Journalists Worried About NIA Screening Process
Scores of journalists have expressed dissatisfaction with the supposed screening process of journalists by the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) before acquiring accreditation… Read more »
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