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Eritrea 'most censored country in world' 
Eritrea and North Korea are the most censored countries worldwide, according to a new survey by the Committee to Protect... 
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24/04/2015 
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Protest over arms link of new BBC Trust vice-chair 
The appointment of Roger Carr, chairman of BAE Systems, as vice-chair of the BBC Trust has been strongly opposed by the ... 
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01/04/2015 
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Campaign to free jailed journalists 
The Committee to Protect Journalists has launched the Press Uncuffed: Free the Press campaign to raise awareness about t... 
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27/03/2015 
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Promoting media reform in run-up to general election 
Any publisher with a 15 per cent share in a designated market should be subject to a public interest test in respect of ... 
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26/03/2015 
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Jung, ethics and PR: Jo Fawkes' diary
 
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The Institute's vision and values are driven by a belief in the practical application of communication ethics to the lives of world citizens.
 
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ethical space
ethical space
Ethical Space is the Institute's quarterly magazine and academic journal
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