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Ethical Journalism Network - EJN
The Ethical Journalism Network aims to strengthen the craft of journalism and to promote for the public benefit high ethical standards in journalism, based on principles of truth and accuracy, independence, fairness and impartiality, humanity and accountability by the provision of education and training of journalists and the publication of useful research. The EJN is a non-profit entity and is registered as a company and a charity.
EJN Weekly Bulletin
The Ethical Journalism Network weekly newsletter has the latest on media ethics and the EJN’s activities.
Ethical Journalism Book Reviews
Inside Ethics Journalism Blog
Analysis and comment on media ethics and ethical journalism.
Upcoming EJN Activities
- Freedom of Expression: Facing Up to the Threat
Doha, Qatar | International Conference | 24th July, 2017
- International Centre for Ethics in the Sciences – Universität Tübingen
Stuttgart, Germany | Conference | 25th July, 2017
- Media Ethics and the Future of Television News
Singapore | Global News Forum | 26th July, 2017
Recent EJN Activities
- Summer School on Forced Migration and Asylum 2017
Bologna, Italy | Summer School | 7th July, 2017
- Association of Journalism Education
London, UK | Conference | 30th June, 2017
- The role of media actors in confronting terrorism
Strasbourg, France | Council of Europe International Colloquium | 19th June, 2017
What the Ethical Journalism Network does
The EJN promotes the craft of journalism and high ethical standards in media through education, training and publication of useful research on subjects including; accountable journalism and self-regulation; corruption and self-censorship; ethics and sources; hate speech; media literacy; and media and migration.
The Accountable Journalism website is a searchable database of the world’s regulatory bodies, Press Councils and journalism Codes of Ethics. Run by the EJN and The Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism, the website also brings together the best resources on media ethics and ethical journalism.