On December 10, 2021, the IARJ’s new series of discussions about religion and politics will continue with a Spanish-language dialogue moderated by Pedro Brieger.
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The IARJ’s former Board Chair Douglas Todd has a conversation with incoming Board Chair Uday Basu about the challenges of reporting on religion around the world and especially in Uday’s home country, India.
The International Association of Religion Journalists (IARJ) is launching a second global series of dialogues with journalists on the challenges of Religion and Politics. The new chair of our IARJ board Uday Basu moderated this first panel, which features IARJ members from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
The International Association of Religion Journalists (IARJ) is launching a series of dialogues on religion and politics. We bring together journalists from different regions to share their stories and also the challenges they face in reporting them.
The IARJ board has voted to appoint Uday Basu, a prominent writer on religion from India, as our new chair. Peggy Fletcher Stack, an award-winning religion reporter from the United States, has been voted in as our new interim executive director.