As we launch the latest phase of our work, including a decision taken in December to reinforce our legal status and to prepare a strategy for our further development, we owe much to the commitment of a growing group of individuals and organisations dedicated to our core objective to strengthen the craft of journalism.
A quarterly review over the past 11 years of NPR’s coverage of Israel and the Palestinians—a self-assessment that may be unique in the annals of American journalism—comes to an end with the attached last report that finds lack of completeness but strong factual accuracy and no systematic bias. (NPR)
Media Ethics: Key Principles for Responsible Practice makes ethics accessible and applicable to media practice, and explains key ethical principles and their application in print and Broadcast Journalism, public relations, advertising, marketing, and digital media. (Pulist)
With Myanmar’s dramatic media reforms in the past two years, the upcoming international media conference in Yangon has been drawing a lot of enthusiasm and anticipation. EJN Director Aidan White will be a speaker at the conference and will discuss how to build ethical journalism practices.
The 2014 Congress – which will be held in April, just before the South African presidential election – will explore a number of key topics, including: the Chinese Government’s Role in the Developing World, a look at the ‘new’ South Africa and its media 20 years on, new technologies for distribu