FJA Articles

Amazon Killings: Journalism and the Environment in the Firing Line

By Aidan White

The murder of British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian human rights campaigner Bruno Pereira has highlighted the deadly threats facing journalists and human rights defenders who are reporting on crime, deforestation, and illegal exploitation of precious environmental resources in the Amazon region of Latin America.

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We are safer, but journalism faces new threats in 2022

By Aidan White

As 2022 unfolds, the threats to journalism are becoming more evident.

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Omicron highlights the global information pandemic

By Aidan White

The Omicron variant of coronavirus which is making headlines around the world signals a new offensive in the battle to counter the disinformation and conspiracy theories which have plagued news coverage of the pandemic for almost two years.

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Aidan White: "Global Corruption Can Only Be Fixed Through Global Journalism"

In this article FJA advisor Aidan White explains why the Pandora Papers story is further proof that democracy depends more than ever on investigative journalists working together to combat corruption.

"Despite all the problems, I’m hopeful. Journalism will survive and prosper."

Interview with Aidan White, Founder and President of the Ethical Journalism Network, Honorary Advisor to the Fetisov Journalism Awards.

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Fetisov Journalism Awards Recognize Investigative Journalism

Interviews with Gleb Fetisov, Founder of the Fetisov Journalism Awards, and María Teresa Ronderos, winner in the Contribution to Civil Rights category of the FJA 2020.
 

Journalists Make the World a Better Place

An article by Nadezda Azhgikhina, Co-Chair of the FJA Steering Committee.

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