Tag: Egyptian journalists

Egyptian journalists and the Guardian Readers’ Editor: a cause for concern?

Chris Elliott, the Guardian Readers’ Editor, has not always been a friend of democratic expressions of rights where trade unions are concerned. Yet now, he is training the Egyptian Journalists’ Syndicate

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A revolution for the Egyptian press?

By Iqbal Tamimi Director of the Arab Women Media Watch Centre in the UK THE Egyptian press changed in one very obvious way when Mubarak’s reign ended. His wife, Suzanne Mubarak, suddenly disappeared from the front pages. News of the First Lady’s ‘activities’ had been regularly reported by the Egyptian press. Articles featuring Mrs Mubarak […]

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