The EJN’s Impact 2016
We reached 2,040 journalism students and teachers at universities in Hong Kong, Jordan, and Palestine as well as the international student bodies of universities in Norway, the United Kingdom, Italy and Spain.
EJN Programme Report 2016
In co-operation with university partners the Director went to a Ghent University conference on Ethics and Human Rights Law as well as conferences and meetings in Oslo, with Oslo University College and in London, hosted by Overseas Development Institute to discuss migration and media policy which was also the theme of a meeting in early February
at the London School of Economics. There was also participation in an ethics course at City University.
We returned to Oslo in March to join the Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences event “The growth of transnational extremism – and journalistic challenges”.
EJN Board member Chris Elliott represented the Network at the IPI World Congress and World Media Summit, held in April in Doha, both supported by the Al Jazeera Media Network. During the month we also met with Chinese media leaders, attended the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, Italy, and made further presentations to universities
in Norway and Belgium.
In August, the EJN played its part in a 24-hour televised discussion in support of journalism ethics organised by Norwegian media leaders in Arendal, Norway
Codes of Ethics from Norway
For more ethical codes for European media visit https://accountablejournalism.org/ethics-codes/europe
- Norway – Code of Ethics of the Norwegian Press
- Norway – Norwegian Editors Association and National Association of Norwegian Newspapers