IARJ Chair Douglas Todd reports on a visit to one of Indonesia’s distinctive Muslim boarding schools by participants at the IARJ’s 2017 global conference in Jakarta.
IARJ member and contributing writer Rachel Kohn, an Australian journalist, reports on a fascinating panel featuring representatives of minority religious groups in Indonesia, which is the world’s seventh largest nation and also one of its most culturally and religiously diverse.
IARJ members and guests share images from the International Association of Religion Journalists’ 2017 global conference in Jakarta, Indonesia.
IARJ contributing editor Larbi Megari reports on the opening of the 2017 global conference of the International Association of Religion Journalists (IARJ). Gathering in Jakarta, Indonesia, the IARJ is working toward one of its founding missions: holding annual gatherings on all of the world’s major continents. In Jakarta, participants are discussing the enormous challenges journalists are facing today—and the IARJ is planning for its future outreach.
IARJ Chair Douglas Todd reports on the upcoming global conference in Jakarta, Indonesia, focusing on the challenges of covering religion in this complex region of the world. Most journalists attending are from Asia. They will be joined by journalists from several other continents.