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The FCCJ launched the awards to recognise journalists whose work has defended free speech, open society and democratic accountability as reporters and publications face an uphill battle to uphold press freedoms in Japan.
''The Committee hopes that this terrible tragedy, the biggest single atrocity against journalists in recent history, would compel the government to take prompt actions to protect journalists and the freedom of the press in the Philippines,'' the FCCJ said.
"We had the same policies throughout our five campuses, but they were being carried out in different ways," says Dennis Reiman, CTO at FCCJ and associate VP, management of information systems.
Florida Community College at Jacksonville (FCCJ) supports a total of 170 active online adjuncts.
Also present at the FCCJ was Andy Calitz, commercial director of the Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk-based Sakhalin Energy Investment Co., who said that for now, there will be no gas pipeline between Japan and Russia, and that Russian gas will be transported by sea to 21 or 22 terminals in Japan.
The FCCJ Swadesh DeRoy Scholarship supports students researching topics on media-related subjects involving Japan.
The "Artemis" system at Florida Community College at Jacksonville (FCCJ), represents movement toward realization of the efficiencies and student service possibilities of a Web portal.
Submit poetry and check or money order to: Kalliope Poetry Contest, FCCJ, 3939 Roosevelt Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32205.
Hans van der Lugt, a Tokyo correspondent of the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad, beat Pat Killen, a longtime foreign correspondent of the United Press International and Market News Service, to become president of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan (FCCJ), official election results showed Friday.
James Treece of Automotive News has narrowly beat Anthony Rowley of the Singapore Business Times to become president of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan (FCCJ), official election results showed Friday.
FCCJ is also in the vanguard on a new joint program with the Naval Reserve, which has learned that military medicine is just as vulnerable to severe medical labor shortages.
'Yes, we will renew the Lynas licence,' he said during a dialogue and media conference with the Japanese Foreign Correspondent Club (FCCJ) here today.
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