Culture of sexism in the media must be tackled, says Australian journalists’ union

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One year on from her arrest in China, colleagues call for release of Australian journalist Cheng Lei

Australian journalist Cheng Lei has been in detention for over a year already in Beijing after she was arrested on “suspicion of illegally supplying state secrets overseas”.

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Australia: Senate inquiry points the way for press freedom reform

The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance said the recommendations of a Senate inquiry would “curb the growing culture of government secrecy, stop the persecution of whistleblowers and prevent journalists being prosecuted for simply doing their jobs.”