Migration: Global Report on Journalism’s Biggest Test in 2015
On December 18th the Ethical Journalism Network is publishing an international report on media and the global migration and refugee crisis to coincide with International Migrants Day. The report, Moving Stories, reviews media coverage of migration in the European Union and in 14 countries across the globe including: Australia, Brazil, Britain, Bulgaria, China, Gambia, India, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, Nepal, South Africa, Turkey and the United States.
To receive an embargoed copy of the report and accompanying press release contact the EJN’s Communications Officer, Tom Law.
Email: [email protected] / UK Mobile: +44(0)7594270633
To catch up on the EJN’s previous reports:
The Trust Factor: An EJN Review of Journalism and Self-Regulation
Untold Stories: How Corruption and Conflicts of Interest Stalk the Newsroom
|Read the latest letter from the EJN’s Director, Aidan White on the EJN’s activities during the last two months of 2015, including a prelude to our Moving Stories report and summaries of our work and events in Brussels, Cairo, Nablus, London, Oslo and Rabat.|
The year we get our ethical houses in order
|In the Neiman Lab Predictions for Journalism in 2016 Tracie Powell writes that “No longer should reporters and editors take police narratives as the gospel truth, or the only side of a story that should get reported.”|
Read the full article here. (Neiman Labs)
Sixteen Ways To Implement Gender Ethical Journalism
|Sameera Khan’s article – Sixteen Ways To Implement Gender Ethical Journalism – is “part of the #GBVInMedia campaign for the 16 Days Of Activism global campaign to end gender-based violence. #GBVInMedia campaign analysis how different kind of mainstream media (mis)represents/reports gender-based violence and broadens the conversation from violence against women to violence against people from the queer community, caste-based violence and violence against people with disabilities.”|
Is It Ethical for a Freelance Journalist to Work in Content Marketing?
|Read the full article here. (Content Marketing Institute)|
Soft Censorship online debate