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World Federation of Science Journalists

The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation, representing science journalists' associations globally. The Federation encourages strong, critical coverage of issues in science and technology, environment, health and medicine, agriculture and related fields.   The ABSW is a member of the World Federation of Science Journalists.  NB: The ABSW is no longer a member of the European Union of Science Journalists' Association.  The ABSW left EUSJA at the end of 2013. 

Creators' Rights Alliance

cra-logoThe Creators’ Rights Alliance brings together the major UK organisations representing copyright creators and performers throughout the media - particularly, television, radio and the press.

The CRA campaigns to:

  • Confront growing abuses of creators' rights in all media, particularly newspapers, magazines and broadcasting
  • Defend and improve the intellectual property rights of creators belonging to the member organisations
  • Promote greater understanding of creators' intellectual property rights within the industry and among the public.

The Dana Centre

danacentreThe Science Museum’s Dana Centre is a collaboration between the British Science Association, the European Dana Alliance for the Brain and the Science Museum. They take a fresh, no-holds-barred look at the biggest issues in science today in their stylish, purpose-built venue in London (UK).

City University

city-university-logoThe Journalism Faculty at City University London "has accrued legendary status within the media" according to The Independent

 

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British Science Association 

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The British Science Association (formerly known as the BA) envisages a society in which people from all walks of life are able to access science, engage with it and feel a sense of ownership about its direction. It seeks to achieve that by connecting science with people: promoting openness about science in society and affirming science as a prime cultural force through engaging and inspiring adults and young people directly with science and technology, and their implications.

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