Copy
15 September 2016
           

Inside Ethics Blog: How the rush to publish traps a newspaper and trashes standards

RFE/RL looking for new Standards Editor


The Ethical Journalism Network's editorial adviser, Tom Kent, is looking to appoint a new Standards Editor at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Tom joined RFE/RL earlier this year after stepping down as the Standards Editor for the Associated Press.
 
If you have a job opportunity, event or report related to media ethics that you would like us to promote, please email me at tom.law@ethicaljournalismnetwork.org or get in touch over twitter [@EJNetwork].

Tom Law, EJN Director of Campaigns and Communications
TOP STORIES
How a media mogul helped turn Czechs against refugees (The Economist)
Four Things to Learn From the Facebook Fiasco (EJN)
Australian Press Council urges Facebook news review (The Australian) 
Six Simple Things Your Newsroom Can Do For Democracy (EJO)
AFRICA
UGANDA: Fellow journalists, lets cover trauma ethically (New Vision)
Fellow journalists, lets cover trauma ethicallyFellow journalists, lets cover trauma ethically
  • Home
  • Opinions
  • Fellow journalists, lets cover trauma ethically

Fellow journalists, lets cover trauma ethically

- See more at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1433271/fellow-journalists-cover-trauma-ethically#sthash.8uF3x0bF.dpuf
AMERICAS
MEXICO: Latin American journalistic projects put the focus on inequality (IJNET)
MEXICO: Suing Journalist in Mexico (New York Times)
US: In an era of sweeping change, how can freedom of information keep up? (Poynter)
US: Obama skewers media for aiding Trump but forgets his own press record (CJR)
ASIA-PACIFIC
CHINA: Anti-Muslim Sentiment is Taking Over China's Social Media Scene (The Diplomat)
NORTH KOREA: Opening a bureau in Pyongyang (AFP)
THAILAND: Media bodies propose alternative to legally binding regulations (The Nation)
EUROPE
CZECH REPUBLIC: How a media mogul helped turn Czechs against refugees (The Economist)
UK: Editors can save lives by taking special care when reporting suicide (Press Gazette)
UK & AUSTRALIA: Journalism and post-Snowden legislation, Comparative study (Reuters Institute)
MIDDLE EAST
Turkey: Trolls' use of insults stifling reporting (International Press Institute)
EVENTS + ACTIVITIES

Global Forum for Media Development - 2016

The EJN will be taking part in three events at this year's World Forum for Media Development; a panel discussion on 'Policing the cyber space: Self or state regulation', a workshop to launch the EJN's 5-point guide for migration reporting and film screening of “A Sea of Images” about Aylan Kurdi.

British Press Coverage of the EU referendum

The European Parliament Office in the UK with the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University is hosting an event in London on 20th September on “British Press Coverage of the EU referendum”. The event will take place at Europe House (32 Smith Square, London, SW1P 3EU) at 5.30pm on Tuesday 20th September.
RESOURCES

Journalism Ethics: An Inspiration For Free Expression and Media Literacy


In the EJN's latest report, Aidan White argues that ethical journalism can be an inspiration for free expression and media literacy. It lays out what the ethics of journalism are and how media should respond to the rise of populism, hate speech and terrorism.

EJN IN THE NEWS

Visit the Accountable Journalism database of codes of media ethics
                      
Copyright © 2016 Ethical Journalism Network, All rights reserved.

The Ethical Journalism Network is a registered charity in England and Wales. Charity Number 1166150

If you enjoy the weekly Ethical Journalism Bullentin, why not recommend it your colleagues and friends?

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list

Email Marketing Powered by MailChimp