Video discussion: journalists concerned over threat from criminal law

Timor-Leste journalists have raised concerns over the use of criminal law to deal with defamation matters, in a video discussion with Australian colleagues. The T-L journalists said some members of Timor-Leste’s parliament want to broaden criminal law to regulate offensive speech in social media and that this could further interfere with the legitimate work of […]

Six journalists selected for China journalist exchange

Six Australian journalists chosen to participate in the 2019 China Australia Journalist Exchange will gain first-hand experience of the vital economic relationship between China and Australia. This year’s program will have a focus on environmental issues and will allow the journalists to see developments in clean energy technology, including international collaboration to reduce carbon emissions.   […]

Video discussion on defamation in Timor-Leste and Australia

The impact of defamation laws on the activities of the press in Timor-Leste and Australia was the subject of a video-discussion in October 2017.

Chinese editors explore changing economic relationship with Australia

Challenges facing the Australian media and Australia’s economic relationship with China were the key themes of a program for senior Chinese editors and directors organised by the Asia Pacific Journalism Centre in April 2017.

2016 China Australia Journalist Exchange

Applications for the fourth China Australia Journalist Exchange are now closed.