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Commercial pressures in Spanish newsrooms - Academic Sources

A study based on 50 interviews with Spanish journalists examines how they respond to commercial pressure from newspapers’ advertisers

Online Module: ethical journalism practices on migrants and refugees - Reports

Terminology, news angles, sources, the use of audio-visual content, and most importantly journalism ethics

Webinar - Hooked on junk news: breaking bad habits and rebuilding trust in the media - Training

A free webinar for journalists and academics interested in improving journalism's reputation and reception 

Fighting Fakes - the Nordic Way - Reports

Report published by the Nordic Council of Ministers reflecting on the expert opinions on how quality journalism, media and information literacy, ethical standards and self-regulation can be used for countering the disinformation 

Summer School: Journalism in the Era of Algorithms and AI - Opportunities

20 scholarships are offered to outstanding journalists from COE countries for the 7th edition of the CPMF’s Summer School

Self-regulation and “hate speech” on social media platforms - Reports

An Article 19 proposal on how to protect freedom of expression and human rights in digital environments

Journalism Ethics in Digital Age - Manuals

This guide in Spanish addresses the main concerns of journalists and media regarding ethical challenges of the fast-paced era of digital news

Reporting from the danger zone - Books

A book based on 32 interviews with war-zone journalists compares yesterday’s and today’s challenges and stresses the importance of ethical journalism

The 5 Core Values of Journalism - HTML5 video

In this short video Aidan White, Director of the Ethical Journalism Network, describes the five core values that make ethical journalism really distinctive

Media and Trafficking in Human Beings Guidelines - Manuals

These guidelines published by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) aim to help editors and reporters to better understand the issues related to trafficking human beings and to shape their stories in ways that avoid the dangers lurking in an aggressive and competitive media landscape