8th March 2021
By Wendy Collinson

Ethics in the News Podcast: Olaf Steenfadt – The Journalism Trust Initiative

The Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI) is a standard for the trustworthiness of news and information. It was initiated by Reporters Without Borders (RSF),  supported by partners like the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and Agence France Presse (AFP) and more than 130 organisations including the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN). JTI project director Olaf Steenfadt from RSF explains the importance of JTI and its results so far.

 


 

Listen to our podcast series: Building Trust in Media in South East Europe and Turkey

 

Podcasts

Independent But Not Free

Ethics in the News podcasts | 14th July 2021

Ethics in the News podcast: Independent But Not Free

What are the ethical challenges to independent journalists who report on authoritarian regimes which suppress a free press? How do such regimes try to portray independent journalists as enemies of the state? Four leading journalists who’ve worked in Myanmar, Belarus, China and Iran reveal their experiences. This is a podcast recording of a major international event organised by the Ethical Journalism Network which was held on Wednesday 26 May at 6.30 pm (BST).

Ethics in the News podcasts | 21st April 2021

Ethics in the News Podcast: Adeline Hulin - Building Trust in the Media in South East Europe and Turkey

UNESCO and the Ethical Journalism Network are supporting media outlets in South East Europe in performing a self-assessment exercise of their commitment to good governance and ethical and professional standards - also called ethical audits. The project coordinator Adeline Hulin from UNESCO talks about building trust in media in the region.