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‘War Threats’ Dominate Serbian Front Pages

Serbian tabloids have been publishing sensationalist reports about the possibility of war with Albania and Kosovo, but analysts said this simply allows the authorities...

Moldova: IJC Report – Elections Passed, but Manipulation in the Media Continues

In the post-election period, violation of ethical standards and use of manipulation techniques decreased in intensity compared with 2016. However, they did not totally...

Ethics in the News: Truth-Telling Remains Key to Democracy in “Post-Truth” Era

After a year of unprecedented news-making, media around the world are stepping back to ask a pertinent question – what is the future of...

Report: Refugee Images – Ethics in the picture

"What decisions are made before photographs of refugees and war victims appear in our newspapers, or as video and stills on our computers, mobiles...

Building Trust Through Ethical Media Governance in Serbia

The Ethical Journalism Network organised a conference for selected and leading media houses in Serbia to promote fresh discussion on how to strengthen independent...

Online Guide to Journalism Ethics

The Ethical Journalism Network has published an six-part article serving as a guide to journalism ethics calling it 'an inspiration for free expression and media...

Moldova: Elements of Propaganda, Information Manipulation and Violation of Journalism Ethics in the Local Media Space

The Independent Journalism Center monitored 12 media outlets in Moldova – news portals and TV channels – in the period of May 1 –...

Policy Brief: Supporting Journalism in Conflict Societies

This MeCoDEM policy brief (by Ines Drefs and Barbara Thomass) puts forward suggestions for improved journalism support in the context of democratisation conflicts. It draws conclusions from interviews with...

New Media Ethics Code Welcomed in Montenegro

The newly agreed code of ethics for the media should improve reporting standards in Montenegro - although the lack of penalties for non-compliance is...

Verification Handbook: A Definitive Guide to Verifying Digital Content for Emergency Coverage

The European Journalism Centre (EJC) released in 2014 the Verification Handbook, the first ever guide that provides step-by-step guidelines for using user-generated content (UGC) during humanitarian...
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IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

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