The state of South African journalism: There’s good news and there’s bad news

South Africa’s media landscape has changed fundamentally. Reuters Alan Finlay, University of the Witwatersrand Wits University’s Journalism and

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Paid trips and ethical approaches to news coverage

The EJN will be speaking about how news media and individual journalists can take an ethical approach regarding paid and sponsored foreign trips

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South Asian Initiative for Migrant Labour

The EJN will be conducting training on migration reporting for journalists in partnership Panos South Asia as a part of a Swiss Development and

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Promoting ethical, accountable journalism in Cyprus

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Office of the Representative on Freedom of the Media “One island, one

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World News Media Congress & World Editors Forum 2017

The Ethical Journalism Network will be playing an active part in the 69th World News Media Congress and the 24th World Editors Forum in Durban,

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Crushing the intellect: Pakistan’s war on free speech

Altaf Khan, University of Peshawar Pakistani authorities have won another battle against free speech. The latest blow is just another consequence

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Summer School on Forced Migration and Asylum 2017

The EJN will be taking part in the second edition of the international Summer School on Forced Migration and Asylum, that will be held from 3-8

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Director’s Letter: March-April 2017

Dear Friends, The continuing crisis for quality journalism worldwide highlighted in our recent report Ethics in the News is the inspiration for

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Ethics and consequences of conflict & refugee images

[View the story “Ethics and consequences of conflict & refugee images” on Storify]

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