The Ethical Insider: A Key Person in Building Journalism for the Future

Journalism and media are changing fast, but when it comes to correcting our mistakes we are still in the slow lane. KIRK LaPOINTE, Executive

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Politics and Media Ethics: Is it Dangerous to Work with the UN?

Aidan White An old argument about the threat of governmental interference in journalism is back on the agenda of the Ethical Journalism Network.

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New Media Legislation in Macedonia: International Feedback Wanted

The Macedonian government is in the process of creating a new media legislation, and the EJN is assisting in getting international feedback on

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Ethical Journalism in Action: Combating Bias and Discrimination

Stefanie Chernow In a world of prejudice and bias, perhaps the greatest challenge for journalists is to live up to the task of fair and balanced

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Director’s Letter: August 2013

Dear Friends, The holiday period has eased the travel schedule, but the EJN is continuing to move forward. Our communications work is being

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How Tragedy Strikes When Journalism and Social Media Lack Ethics and Humanity

The life and tragic death of student Sunil Tripathi, recently documented by the New York Times, is a shocking case study of the threat posed to

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Now Here’s Some Good News: Ethical Journalism In Action

By Stefanie Chernow A search for “media ethics” on Twitter will normally show just how much of a challenge it is fight for standards in

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British Public Backs Government Over Press in Regulation Battle

Aidan White Back from holiday, I find a story that won’t be making headlines in the British tabloid press – that the public prefers the

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A Whole New Kind of Journalism? A Dissenting View

Tom Kent Is journalism as we know it on its last legs? Some think so. But the evidence is not convincing. In journalism conferences and blogs,

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Director’s Letter: July 2013

Dear Friends, Our June 19th EJN meeting at the Hotel de Ville in Paris saw up to 100 people join three sessions to learn from experts from Egypt,

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A War on Whistle blowing That threatens Journalism and Democracy

Aidan White Edward Snowden, a technology specialist and former undercover CIA employee, has come forward as the man who blew the whistle on the

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Innocent Mistakes: EJN Report on How Media Failure Inspires Hate

The EJN today launches a report that gets to the heart of the ethical crisis facing journalists and media who struggle to maintain standards in

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