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Handbook for Tibetan Journalists

July 9, 2010

YC. Dhardhowa
The Tibet Post International
July 5, 2010

Lhasa -- A new Tibetan book, "Handbook for
Tibetan Journalists" was launched at a press
conference on Monday by Kelsang T. Yangkyi, the
information Minister of Tibetan government
in-exile. All of the carefully collected articles
accept the brief history of the Voice of Tibet,
related to the freedom of Journalists were translated into Tibetan language.

The 12 short chapters published by Voice of Tibet
also included the freedom of journalists,
particularly how to protect war-journalists. It
also provides technical methods of ideological on
how to challenge anonymously and avoid dangerous
threats. It describes the contributions from
Reporters Without Borders, the well-known
International media watch dog. It gives an
international perspective of journalism, how to
Learn about journalistic protection privacy laws
and self defense. This is a new kind of
publication for Tibetan media communities in
exile to raise public awareness of threats to press freedom around the world.
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