Ethical Journalism Resources

The Ethical Journalism Network produces resources for working journalists, media trainers and journalism students focusing on how to improve media ethics and ethical communications in the public sphere. On our resources page, you will find our in-depth reports, infographics on hate speech and migration coverage, videos on a wide range of ethical issues, as well as our podcasts and presentations.

Read our 2019 magazine: ‘Saving the news: Ethics and the fight for the future of journalism’

Trust in Ethical Journalism - The Key to Media Futures
EJN Report on Challenges for Journalism in the post-truth era

The EJN’s infographics on hate speech and migration reporting for media trainers and journalists are available in multiple languages. Download them here.

Hate Speech

The Ethical Journalism Network has produced two courses for the Thomson Foundation’s Journalism Now platform.

Accountable Journalism Database

This collaborative project with theThe Reynolds Journalism Institute aims to be the world’s largest collection of ethical codes of conduct and press organisations. The website has been developed as a resource to on global media ethics and regulation systems, and provides advice on ethical reporting and dealing with hate speech where you can find links to our Accountable Journalism database of international press councils and codes of ethics.

In this video, Dorothy Byrne – the Chair of the EJN and the Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4 in the UK – discusses the EJN guidelines on migration coverage.

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