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Chris Elliott, a readerís editor at The Guardian
Chris Elliott, a readerís editor at The Guardian

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On 7 and 8 March 2011 UNESCOís Cairo Office, in partnership with the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate, organized a training workshop on Self-regulation in the Egyptian Press and the Role of the Newspaper Ombudsman. The two-day workshop aimed at promoting the theory and the practice of self-regulation among Egyptian journalists.


Chris Elliott, a readerís editor at The Guardian, conducted the workshop, where he held in-depth discussions, especially focusing on the recent events in Egypt and other Arab countries.
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Keywords: professional journalist standard code ethics Egypt Guardian newspaper ombudsman self-regulation training
Copyright: © UNESCO
Date: 7 March 2011
Place: Cairo
Country: Egypt
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