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Book to mark Press Freedom Day

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The Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI) and the Press Complaints Commission of Sri Lanka (PCCSL) released two books on journalism to commemorate World Press Freedom Day 2012. A Panel discussion was also organised on the theme ‘New Voices: Media Freedom Helping to Transform Societies’.

Part 01


Part 02

 
 

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-4+10 # daya weerasinghe 2012-05-04 22:34
Sri Lanka never had real freedom of press......and still we don`t have real freedom of press............!
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-1+2 # Richard De Soysa 2012-05-05 11:19
he he he...
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-0+4 # Yehiya 2012-05-06 23:03
In the same time media also not having professionals. Science, economy technology & health writters are very limited. If any fool politicians comments will take it to month(2500/= is good examle)
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-1+0 # gamini 2012-05-26 00:28
Why is nobody singing the national anthem ? Are they shy or ashamed ? A display of the lack of national feeling among Sri Lankans. So called "big shots" included. Shame on them
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