The role of mass-media in treating the refugees & migrants topic

Between December 4 – 8, 2017, the National Commission of Romania for UNESCO implements the international project “The role of mass-media in

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When News is Fake, Fake Everything Takes Over

Rana Sabbagh Amman, Jordan – It’s not often these days that the Arab states can claim a world-class innovation ahead of the West. But

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Macedonia: Building Trust in the “home” of fake news

As part of the EJN’s Building Trust in Media in South East Europe and Turkey programme EJN board member Bernt Olufsen visited Skopje to

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BOATS, SWARMS AND JUNGLES: Unpicking the refugee narrative

Two years on from One World Media’s first breakfast event on this topic (Bodies on the Beach, held in Sept 2015) the migration and refugee

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How to Regain Public Trust in the Media

  Tom Law “This is all very well but how am I going to use it when I go back to my newsroom”. From Khartoum to Kathmandu and many places in

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Most young Australians can’t identify fake news online

Tanya Notley, Western Sydney University and Michael Dezuanni, Queensland University of Technology In September 2017, we conducted Australia’s

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Fake News: How the Business of the Digital Age Threatens Democracy

As the European Union launches a new strategy in the face of the fake news crisis Aidan White in Brussels identifies the tough question facing

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Teaching media ethics and media literacy online

To mark World Teachers Day on 5 October 2017 the Ethical Journalism Network delivered a workshop in Bangkok for 20 media literacy experts from

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Media Representation of Refugees and Migrants in Europe

CHANGING THE NARRATIVE:  MEDIA REPRESENTATION OF REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS IN EUROPE Presentation of the results of the “Refugees reporting” project

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