Afghanistan as a Challenging Country for Reporters and Media

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69 cases of violence against reporters have been recorded in Media Watch Annual Report. In 2012, 2 reporters are killed, 9 are injured, 3 are temporarily detained, 19 are beaten, 11 are insulted and 25 of them are threatened. 45 of the above mentioned valences have been perpetrated by government officials, 4 perpetrated by Taliban, […]

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Lack of procedure for Media Code of Ethics in Afghanistan results in serious problems in Work of Media

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Nai, Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan has asked all journalists and media outlets to assist the committee which is formed for preparing a procedure for Media Code of Ethics. Currently the Afghan media lacks such a procedure which resulted in serious problems for the media. Broadcasting of irritant pictures and disclosure of victims of attacks […]

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The First standard Training on Media Law, Media Ethics, and Media Policy to Begin

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For the first time in Afghanistan Nai, Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan with the assistance of Internews Network has prepared the materials of this course and will conduct soon. The course discusses the media law of, media ethics, and media policy in two, local/Afghan and international levels. Executive Director of Nai, Abdul Mujeeb Khelvatgar says: […]

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Neither Presidential office nor any other entities are able to perform any action in contrary with the Afghan constitution and media law

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President Karzai criticized number of media outlets and their broadcasting and said; some Afghan media outlets harm and deter people’s perception and thoughts by airing disruptive talk shows and reports. President Kaarzai ordered the information and culture ministry to take appropriate action against these outlets. Nai Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan asks the presidential office […]

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First Women’s Rights Reporting Award Held

First Women’s Rights Reporting Award Held

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Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan held the first annual award to recognize excellence in women’s rights reporting in Afghanistan at a ceremony on 27 September 2012. Three journalists reporting in the area of women’s rights were presented awards recognizing their work following a public call for entries.   The journalists awarded are: 1. Shakila […]

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Nai’s Take on New Draft of Media Law

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The draft of mass media introduced by Ministry of Information and Culture recently, is not fulfilling the demand of journalism community in Afghanistan. Ministry of Information and Culture has provided journalists the draft of mass media law to be evaluated for the second time. In spite of considering some of journalists’ recommendations and suggestions submitted […]

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The approach through which Pakistani papers’ dissemination is banned in east of Afghanistan is illegal

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The Afghan government, in an unprecedented take, banned the distribution of all Pakistani print media in the eastern provinces of Afghanistan. According to the Ministry of Interior, Pakistani print media has recently been diagnosed with publishing of content contrary with the national interest of Afghanistan. Nai-Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan believes that if these media […]

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PRESS CONFERENCE

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For the first time Nai celebrate “journalist code of ethics” international day through a press conference. In this conference, Nai will present a strategy on having a national code of ethics. Nai, also open its “civil case study guide for journalists” book, officially in the conference. Nai will disseminate its massage on “Peace International Day” […]

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