How news reporting on femicides in Turkey is part of the problem

By Mina Tumay Femicides in Turkey have been on a drastic rise in the past decade, however with COVID-19 related restrictions in place, cases of

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Ethical conundrums in the coverage of Covid-19 in Zimbabwe

The following article is part of our ‘Ethics in Practice’ series in partnership with Internews Europe about reporting on Covid-19 By

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Words Hurt: Ethical Reporting on Race (panel video)

The following is an edited video version of our online panel from September 10, 2020. Moderated by Keme Nzerem, with journalists Ayshah Tull,

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Words Hurt: Ethical Reporting on Race – panel discussion, Sept 10

Join the Ethical Journalism Network on Thursday September 10 (1900 BST), for our online panel: Words Hurt: Ethical Reporting on Race.  We are

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When journalists are considering whether to use the N-word, they need to consider what its use means to black people.

By Al Hassan Peter Kamara The N-word has been used for as long as I can remember. Coming from an African background with a mother who disapproved

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Ethical Journalism Network seeks trustees

August 27 2020 – The Ethical Journalism Network is seeking new trustees for its board. We are a small, UK-based international charity which

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Careful choice of words and pictures crucial in covering complex subjects

By Laura Wilshaw, Programme Editor, ITV News Our business in its simplest form is words and pictures. These are the powerful tools we use to

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How hate speech is harming journalism in Lebanon

By Dr Zahera Harb Just hours after running my first workshop for journalists in Beirut about hate speech in the Lebanese media during times of

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Humility and humanity are key to ethical reporting on the global refugee and migrant crisis

Photo credit: Channel 4 News By Paraic O’Brien, Channel 4 News Correspondent The global refugee and migrant crisis has been the biggest

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Ethics in an unethical online environment – the rise of copy-paste journalism.

By Saoussen Ben Cheikh The following article is part of the joint series ‘Ethics in Practice’ between Internews Europe and the

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Responsible Suicide Reporting Model embeds media reporting guidelines in storytelling

By Dr. Ann Luce and Dr. Sallyanne Duncan Journalists have an important role to play in the prevention of suicide through ethical and responsible

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UK media must remember ethical obligations in coverage of Channel crossings

By Hannah Storm, EJN Director In 2016, the Ethical Journalism Network launched a five-point guide for journalists covering migration.  Looking at

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