CJFE is collecting information from journalists who covered the G20 summit

TORONTO, July 5 /CNW/ - As a result of the many stories and reports we have been hearing from journalists who were covering the G20 Canadian Journalists for Free Expression ("CJFE") is conducting a survey of journalists who believe their freedom of expression was compromised by police/security personnel during the G-20 security operation. This collection of information will result in a public report by CJFE; the information and firsthand accounts from journalists is critical to the report. We are asking journalists who participated to complete a survey to help us in this task. If you know of others who have similar complaints, please advise us as soon as possible, or have them contact us directly.

To access the survey please go to our website http://www.cjfe.org/releases/2010/30062010g20survey.html

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) is an association of more than 300 journalists, editors, publishers, producers, students and others who work to promote and defend free expression and press freedom in Canada and abroad.

www.cjfe.org

SOURCE Canadian Journalists for Free Expression

For further information: For further information: contact CJFE Manager, Julie Payne at (416) 515-9622 x. 226


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