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The true vaccination needed for journalism in post-COVID era

The true vaccination needed for journalism in post-COVID era

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Egypt) President, AJA Editor-in-Chief, the Silk Road Literature Series CAIRO: Since the dawn of history, through the centuries, humanity has been resisting diseases and epidemics that stroke the planet. We had known all about that in the past; thanks to historians. But in modern times we owe the press to document the […]

The lasting charm of World Journalists Conferences

The lasting charm of World Journalists Conferences

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid AJA President CAIRO: Invited by Journalists Association of Korea, and recommended by Asia Journalist Association, I have been privileged to attend World Journalists Conferences for years, as a participant, a speaker, a commentator or just a visiting guest. I could frankly say that the mega global event has been a real example […]

FOUR SPACES: Poems from Asia, Africa and Europe

FOUR SPACES: Poems from Asia, Africa and Europe

By editors CAIRO: The Silk Road Literature Series has recently published a poetic anthology written by four poets: Eva Petropoylou Lianoy (Greece), Mbizo Chirasha (Zimbabwe), Santosh Kumar Pokharel (Nepal) and Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Egypt). Entitled “Four Spaces”, the anthology joins series in its digital form, following the printed version in paper.   In this issue, Greek […]

Bangladeshi poet and television personality Rezauddin Stalin: Women are changemakers

Bangladeshi poet and television personality Rezauddin Stalin: Women are changemakers

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid President, Asia Journalists Association CAIRO: Rezauddin Stalin, a poet and television personality from Bangladesh whose poems have been translated into more than 28 languages, said that he was always keen on avoiding anti-cultural activities and that his poems always stand with the human rights movements. He paid special tribute to women as potent […]

The charm of packing your travel bag into 2021

The charm of packing your travel bag into 2021

By Ashraf Aboul Yazid Dali President of Asia Journalist Association CAIRO: You are now traveling to 2021, and you have to prepare your travel bag, which will help you in the coming days. What will you put in it? I suggest that you take hope, for you will need it to resist difficult times. And […]

Fake News & the Future of Journalism: Al Jazeera Channel – a case study

Fake News & the Future of Journalism:  Al Jazeera Channel – a case study

  Ashraf Aboul-Yazid Dali, Egypt President, Asia Journalists Association President, The Silk Road Literature Series CAIRO: This year’s World Journalists Conference (WJC 2020), held online due to travel restrictions imposed by COVID-19, was a good opportunity to highlight how fake news not only meant posting, publishing or broadcasting fake news, misinformation and disinformation, but also […]

Satanic Viruses

Satanic Viruses

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid President of Asia Journalists Association (AJA) CAIRO: As the whole world is combating coronavirus, the destructive virus of modern times, Egyptians, both authorities and people, are persuading themselves that they are in fact fighting more than that one specific virus! The first virus the Egyptian government faces – in its long war […]

NUSOJ condemns arbitrary closure of Two TV stations in Somaliland

NUSOJ condemns arbitrary closure of Two TV stations in Somaliland

Mogadishu, 18, 06, 2019: National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) has strongly condemned the arbitrary closure of two private television stations in Somaliland. ERYAL and HORYAAL 24 TVs were all shut down on Tuesday morning, 18 June, by the government of #Somaliland . The order was made by the Minister of Information. Managers of both […]

Kindergartens in Egypt

Kindergartens in Egypt

Education is compulsory in Egypt from age 6-14; however, there are many children who do not attend school at all. In theory, Egyptian children have access to education from as early as age four, when they enroll in pre-school and kindergarten. The Ministry of Education stipulates that no child under four may enroll in a […]

Egypt & Japan: A Historical Bridge for Education

Egypt & Japan: A Historical Bridge for Education

Whenever education history in Egypt is researched, there will be a common story to compare the Japanese educational progress opposite the Egyptian educational failure. This comparison is not only done by Egyptian researchers, but it is practiced in Japan, as well. The lectures given by Professor Masanori Kaji, from Tokyo Institute of Technology, introduced the history […]

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