20th January 2019
By Tom Law

EJN meeting with Constructive Institute fellows


Ethical Journalism Network meeting with fellows from the Constructive Institute

Date: 11 December 2018

Location: Frontline Club, London

Participants: 8 Fellows of the Constructive Institute

About the Constructive Institute:

The Constructive Institute is an independent organisation that lies at the heart of the constructive journalism movement. Its mission is to combat trivialisation and degradation of journalism by emphasising reporting that is more accurate, balanced and solutions-focussed.

The institute helps journalists and news organisations to apply constructive reporting in their daily work through providing access to an inspiring best practices portal, a world-class fellowship programme, relevant training curricula, and initiating rigorous independent academic research.

We work closely with Aarhus University, a young and modern university that has grown to become a leading public research university with international reach. Aarhus University consistently ranks among the first 100 world’s top universities.

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The Ethical Journalism Network’s Tom Law met with eight fellows from the Constructive Institute to discuss the EJN’s approach to media ethics. The discussions focused on:

Media Literacy and Building Trust in Journalism
Migration Reporting
EJN Guidelines:
Labour Migration Fellowship: