The Tumas Fenech Foundation for Education in Journalism (FTFEĠ) would like to invite you to an evening seminar on Second-pillar Pensions entitled “12 Years of Hemming and Hawing – Why has Journalism not made an Impact?” This is being held at the Dolmen Room of the Dolmen Hotel, Qawra, on Friday, 8 April, 2016, at 6.30 p.m.
Second-pillar Pensions are a highly topical subject and, as the subject of the seminar implies, has been on the national agenda for more than a decade. Continue reading
The Hon Minister for Education Evarist Bartolo (left), President Emeritus Dr Ugo Mifsud Bonnici, and MCAST Chairperson Silvio De Bono.
Education Minister Evarist Bartolo announced that MCAST is launching a new B.A. (Hons) in Journalism (MQF Level 6) degree course in the academic year 2016-2017, developed by MCAST and offered in collaboration with the Tumas Fenech Foundation for Education in Journalism. Continue reading
Next week during the 25th edition of the Malta Journalist Awards, organised by the Institute of Maltese Journalists (IĠM), the Tumas Fenech Foundation for Education in Journalism (FTFEĠ) is sponsoring the Gold Award for the eighth consecutive year.
FTFEĠ chairman, President Emeritus Dr Ugo Mifsud Bonnici (centre), presenting the sponsorship to Karl
Wright, IĠM chairman, with FTFEĠ vice-chairman Anthony DeBono holding this year’s Gold Award trophy
The foundation, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary, has as part of its mission the raising of the standards of the local media and is now a regular major sponsor through the Gold Award, the highest recognition in Maltese journalism.
This is the 18th year that this award is being presented to a nominated person who, according to a three-person independent jury presided over this year by President Emeritus Dr George Abela, has gone beyond the call of duty in local journalism.