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citizen journalism

News and commentary from the public at large. Using wiki sites and blogs, anyone can contribute information about a current event. Also known as "collaborative citizen journalism" (CCJ), "grassroots media" and "personal publishing," the concept behind citizen journalism is that many volunteers help to ensure that the information is more accurate than when reported from only one source. See wiki, blog and user-generated content.
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They will still keep details of the CCJ for six year from the date of judgment, but their records will also show that the debt has been paid.
The next significant step towards the formation of the CCJ was taken when the West Indian Commission--established in 1989 by the CARICOM Heads of Government--recommended the establishment of the Caribbean Supreme Court to replace the Privy Council.
Since the new section went live on February 4, 2015, CCJ Reader Reviews has already delivered nearly 6% of CCJ Digital.
They reached consensus on the need to strengthen the CCJ commensurate with Europe's demands.
As for Mam Sonando, the CCJ claimed the manager aired his radio program about the riot after it had already erupted.
We had an extraordinary group of trucking companies in this year's class of CCJ Innovators," said Jeff Crissey, editor of CCJ magazine.
The average CCJ came in at pounds 2,386 last quarter, up from pounds 2,155 from the same period the year before.
Although based in Managua, the CCJ is international in scope.
As part of the transaction, CCJ has entered into credit agreements with The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
The free research on CCJ can be downloaded as in PDF format at:
For many lenders a CCJ is used as a last resort in order to try to recover debt, so this rise shows that bad debt is on the increase again.
At the highest levels of government there is political will to retire Honduras from Parlacen and the CCJ, and this will be done on the basis of the Convencion de Viena de 1989 (sic)," he said, referring to the convention of the UN International Law Commission that governs sovereign countries' affiliations with international organizations.