Inside Ethics Blog

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27 May 2016

Megan Howe Reporting on suicide gets to the heart of a key journalistic principle – to show humanity in our work and respect for the audience – and this week a shocking live broadcast on national television in Tha [..]

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14 May 2016

The Ethical Journalism Network's communications officer, Tom Law is attending the Global Editors Network's for Editors Lab in Indonesia to work with some of the country's leading journalists and developers to produce the next genera [..]

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14 May 2016

Aidan White It’s been a good week for journalism as another myth about the communications revolution explodes. [..]

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12 May 2016

This article was originally published in The Conversation Neil Thurman Four years after some of the more questionable practices of the UK press came to light under the scrutiny of the Leveson Inqu [..]

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10 May 2016

This article was originally published on Investigative Reporters and Editors . Aidan White The relationship between journalists and their sources is complex and full of ethical pitfalls. [..]

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10 May 2016

Megan Howe In April Agence France-Presse released a set of new guidelines on journalistic ethics . [..]

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06 May 2016

To mark World Press Freedom Day 2016 the Ethical Journalism Network moderated a panel at UNESCO's celebrations in Helsinki on "Countering Hate Speech in the Media through Ethics and Self-Regulation" with participants from Finland, Bos [..]

Aidan White, hate speech, self regulation, self-regulation, UNESCO, World Press Freedom Day

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03 May 2016

Ahead of World Press Freedom Day on May 3, UNESCO launched its new Building Trust in media in South East Europe and Turkey project at an event in Helsinki on Monday with the Ethical Journalism Network and other partners. [..]

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03 May 2016

To mark World Press Freedom Day on May 3 the Nordic Journalism Centre organised an event for refugee journalists to share their experience of attempting to have their voices heard in European media on Monday 2 May in Helsinki. [..]

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01 May 2016

Tom Law Israeli and Palestinian press associations reached agreement last week to establish a hotline between their organisations to provide assistance for journalists who are obstructed in course of their wor [..]

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