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Journalists receive international training

Update: April, 01/2014 - 09:17
More than 100 journalists and media authorities will benefit from a workshop on investigative journalism, which was given financial support by the Embassy of Denmark in Viet Nam.— VNS Photos

HA NOI (VNS)— More than 100 journalists and media authorities will benefit from a workshop on investigative journalism, which was given financial support by the Embassy of Denmark in Viet Nam.

The workshop, which covered undercover reporting and editorial rules, is one of the first in-depth international workshops of its type in the country.

Representatives from the Party Central Committee's Ideology and Culture Commission, the Ministry of Information and Communications, and the Association of Vietnamese Journalists and the ambassador of Denmark in Viet Nam attended the workshop. Media experts from the United Kingdom and editors and investigative reporters from Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh cities also participated in the workshop.

This initiative was organised jointly by the Academy of Journalism and Communication, the Centre for Journalism and Development Initiatives and the representative office of the Association of Vietnamese Journalists in HCM City.

The workshop was held in Ha Noi on Sunday and a similar workshop will be organised in HCM City tomorrow. — VNS

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