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first_img March 26, 2020 Coronavirus: RSF calls on China to release all detained journalists Mongolia : RSF urges presidential candidates to voice support for press freedom ChinaAustraliaAsia – Pacific Condemning abuses Council of EuropeImprisonedCitizen-journalistsRSF Prize to go further Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists June 10, 2021 Find out more ChinaAustraliaAsia – Pacific Condemning abuses Council of EuropeImprisonedCitizen-journalistsRSF Prize While there remains a risk of coronavirus contamination in Chinese prisons, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Beijing to immediately release all detained journalists. In rural India, journalists face choice between covering pandemic and survival June 2, 2021 Find out more June 7, 2021 Find out more Organisation center_img News Follow the news on Asia – Pacific Receive email alerts News RSF_en News News On Wednesday March 25th, Australian authorities urged China to quash the conviction of the famous writer and blogger Yang Hengjun for “spying,” arguing that his precarious state of health is incompatible with detention. RSF supports this request and calls on Beijing to extend leniency to all journalists, political commentators, bloggers and publishers who are being detained and to immediately release them.”Although China promises that the epidemic is under control, no one can be sure that this is indeed the case and that the virus will not affect prisons, which are notoriously unsanitary and overcrowded,” said Cédric Alviani, Reporters Without Border (RSF) East Asia Bureau head. “The state of health of detained journalists, already weakened by conditions of detention, ill-treatment and even lack of treatment, would give them no chance of survival in the event of contamination.”China is the biggest prison in the world for journalists, with at least 108 detainees according to the count made by RSF. Some, such as the investigative reporter and two-time RSF award winner Huang Qi, the Chinese-born Swedish publisher Gui Minhai, and the Uighur journalists Ilham Tohti and Gulmira Imin, are being held in detention despite serious health problems, putting them in mortal danger unless they are released immediately.China ranks 177th out of 180 in the 2019 RSF World Press Freedom Index. Help by sharing this information PHOTO: GREG BAKER / AFP last_img read more


first_img During our working lives, almost by default, we look at the long tenured staff members in our organisations with reverence. We see them as professionals to look up to, fountains of knowledge and information, given the years of service. Quite rightly so. In that time, they must have learned a fair amount about the industry in which they operate. But surely having 10, 15, 20 years of experience in an industry doesn’t constitute immediate ‘expert status’?In my opinion, it’s the breadth of experience you have in your chosen skill-set that will differentiate you. Let’s take the recruitment industry for example. Recruitment isn’t the type of industry that has one clear cut way to do things that’s considered “correct” and does not follow a specific formula or set of rules. Success in recruitment will come from tackling a range of recruitment challenges in your career and the way in which you handle them, along with the experience you gain from them. The length of time in an industry can of course ensure a certain depth of knowledge in one or a number of things and in my opinion, I would put a higher value in less depth of knowledge of 10 recruitment challenges learned over 20 years, than 20 years of experience facing one recruitment challenge.It’s the age old “1 year of experience 10 ways, or 10 years of experience 1 way” adage. I believe the most successful recruiters who can legitimately call themselves experts fall into the “1 year of experience 10 ways” group. We operate in an industry where our skill-set is not an exact science. It will be our adaptability and ability to be agile in our approach when grasping the intricacies of any given talent acquisition problem, (whether it’s internal or agency, large enterprise or SME, volume or not etc.) and offering expertise on efficient and effective ways to manage it based on previous experience, that will genuinely ensure the worthiness of the reverence you will receive. Comments are closed. Read full article Related posts:No related photos.center_img Previous Article Next Article What is an expert?Shared from missc on 9 Dec 2014 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more