2019 China Australia Journalist Exchange

Participants in the 2019 China Australia Journalist Exchange visited Shanghai, Qingdao and Beijing.

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.