The EJN will be taking part in a training organised by the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the Croatian Journalists’ Association as part of the Media Against Hate project.
The event, in Zagreb, Croatia on 26-27 May 2017 aims to promote fair media reporting, exchange best practices between journalists, reflect on extreme narratives and hate speech around migration.
Around 25 journalists from across Europe who are committed and interested in improving the media coverage of migration and finding new forms of journalism to tell stories will attend the training.
- Presenting how journalists can use the EJN’s 5-point test for hate speech
- Sharing the findings of Ethics in the News which explored hate speech, fake news, images of refugees.
- Reflecting on the EJN’s Moving Stories – a review of international coverage of migration from 2015 – as well as the recent study “How do media on both sides of the Mediterranean report on migration?” which the EJN conducted on the behalf of the International Center for Migration Policy Development.