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Journalists Association of Korea pledges greater efforts towards trusted media status

Journalists Association of Korea pledges greater efforts towards trusted media status

SEOUL: The Journalists Association of Korea (JAK) has celebrated its 56th anniversary by pledging to strengthen its supports of reporters, boost their aptitudes and consolidate their professional standards. The association has also pledged to assist its members overcome the difficulties caused by the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic. The ceremony, attended by more than 60 journalists, media […]

World Journalists Conference 2020 to address virus of fake news, COVID-19 measures, peace policy in Korean Peninsula

World Journalists Conference 2020 to address virus of fake news, COVID-19 measures, peace policy in Korean Peninsula

SEOUL: The World Journalists Conference 2020, an annual media event organized by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK), will be held online on September 14-16. “In light of the COVID-19 outbreak early this year, the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK) has postponed the World Journalists Conference, which normally takes place in spring with journalists from […]

2019 World Journalists Conference Kicks Off in Seoul to Seek Truth

2019 World Journalists Conference Kicks Off in Seoul to Seek Truth

The 2019 World Journalists Conference kicked off on March 25, 2019, with the attendance of about 70 journalists from around 50 countries. The week-long journalist conference was promoted by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK), which marked the seventh of its kind. It may be the first time ever for a single country to host […]

World peace forum Seven days in magic Korea

World peace forum Seven days in magic Korea

A total of 80 journalists from 60 countries have attended the Journalist Forum for World Peace (JFWP), held in Seoul, South Korea from 17- 23 of April 2016. The forum was hosted by the Journalists Association of Korea (JAK) under the theme, “Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula and the Role of Journalism for World Peace.” […]

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