Making Ethics Work: The EJN in 2014

 

Inside Ethics

Director’s Letter: November-December 2013

Thank you to all Network members for their continued support. The EJN continues to grow and our central message – to strengthen the craft of journalism and to build trust in media content – is winning backing from across all platforms of media. We look forward to working with you in the years to come.

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Reports & Resources

Making Ethics Work

A short presentation by the EJN giving concrete steps on how to make ethics work in your newsroom.

Reporter’s Guide to the Millennium Development Goals: Covering Development Commitments for 2015 and Beyond

The International Press Institute (IPI) will publish the Reporter’s Guide to the Millennium Development Goals: Covering Development Commitments for 2015 and Beyond, a first-of-its-kind manual for journalists on how to cover human development and, thereby, remind the public of government commitments to meeting the MDGs.

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Innocent Mistakes A Controversial Film Finds Journalism Caught Between Image and Reality

An EJN report reviewing the media coverage of the Innocence of Muslims, a short film trailer produced by a religious activist and distributed over the Internet, which became the spark for protest and violence across the globe and leading to at least 75 deaths.

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Ethical Journalism Links

Why the Impress Project wants to talk about press regulation (via The Guardian)

‘Dark Side of Media,’ Corruption, Paid News in India Media Ethics Conference (via iMediaEthics)

Nationalism and Free Press (via The Hindu)

New Research Models Proposed Ownership Limits (via Media Reform Coalition)

When White House photos are ‘visual press releases’ (via The Organization of News Ombudsmen)