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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Regulate social media platforms before it’s too late

Natasha Tusikov, York University, Canada In the past week, Silicon Valley has faced renewed calls for greater regulation of social media

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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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Role of Media in Peace and Women’s Empowerment for Africa’s Development

UN-AU Africa Senior Media Dialogue 2017 Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), 16-17 November 2017 “Role of Media in Peace and Women’s Empowerment for Africa’s

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“If you don’t trust it why would you pay for it?”

The Organisation of News Ombudsmen annual meeting was hosted by The Hindu newspaper in Chennai from 22-23 October. EJN board member, Chris

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Democracy in a Post-Truth Information Age

Democracy in a Post-Truth Information Age A St George’s House Consultation Thursday 18th to Friday 19th January 2018 EJN Director Aidan White has

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Confronting Hate-Speech and Promoting Self-regulation in Africa

Following the disputed Kenyan elections the Ethical Journalism Network’s Aidan White reflects on the next stage of the Turning the Page of

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