As a part of the “Global Initiative for Excellence in Journalism Education” UNESCO published an handbook on journalism and disinformation that can be used as a model curriculum.
Accurate information is an increasingly critical resource for our understanding of the world. Building on the success of the first edition, the School of Journalism and Mass Communications of Aristotle University in Thessaloniki has organised another International Media Summer School.
The European Court of Human Rights confirmed there is no Article 10 violation in the sentence for civil defamation against four NGOs, following a letter they addressed to local government offices but that was published by some daily newspapers
An analysis of the background and context of the on-going case involving Italian journalists Davide Vecchi and Augusto Mattioli, who are writing about the bankruptcy scandal of an historical Italian bank
The King’s College London’s Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power provides the first study based on web articles. According to the collected data, the core messages of Leave campaign were better covered by online British media
This online course offered by Poynter News University guides journalists through main challenges and appropriate strategies to help them avoiding the trap of publishing inaccurate information, a risk which is exacerbated in the digital age
The Verification Handbook is a new resource for journalists and aid providers in crisis situations. It advices on best practices for verification and use of informations provided by the masses, as well as on disaster preparedness in newsrooms
A 1993 Resolution by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe exploring different aspects of the ethics of journalism