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Policy Documents and Recommendations, Reports and Analysis
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MedMedia
Much has been written about the media in Libya and Tunisia following the revolutions of 2011, most of it focused on the role of social media, mobile telephony and the internet, as well as on rapidly proliferating private media. There has been little research, however, that looks at the media...
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March, 01 2015
Reports and Analysis
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Ethical Journalism Network (EJN)
Does self-regulation work? Are journalists bound by ethical codes and free to act according to conscience? Do media houses have credible internal systems for dealing with conflicts of interest and complaints from the public? Are there national accountability systems, such as press councils, that...
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November, 25 2016
Reports and Analysis
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Legal Research Group on Freedom of Expression and Protection of Journalistic Sources
The Protection of Journalistic Sources is one of the basic conditions for press freedom: without proper mechanisms at the national level, sources may be deterred from assisting the press in informing the public on matters of public interest, ultimately impeding the press from providing accurate and...
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July, 01 2016
Reports and Analysis
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Center For International Media Assistance (CIMA)
CIMA’s report examines how humanitarian crises around the world have led to a major change in the priorities and approaches in media development efforts.
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April, 01 2016
Case Studies, Reports and Analysis
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World Association for Christian Communication (WACC)
Global Media Monitoring Project 2015 key findings suggest there have been only slight improvements in the past 20 years considering women’s inclusion in the global media. For example, since 2005 the overall number of women newsmakers rose only by 1 percent – up to 24 percent in total in the...
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November, 25 2016
Case Studies, Policy Documents and Recommendations
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MedMedia
Since the Jasmine Revolution, a new constitutional and institutional has been put in place in Tunisia, laying the foundations for the liberalisation of the media. But this framework remains embryonic and the situation fragile. The report identify an urgent need to address shortcomings in media...
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January, 01 2015
Case Studies, Policy Documents and Recommendations, Reports and Analysis
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MedMedia
Over the past several years, the Arab world has been characterised by an increasingly polarised political discourse. ‘After the Arab uprisings: the prospects for a media that serves the public’ looks at the state of broadcast media in the region, four years after the 2011 uprisings. It focuses on...
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January, 01 2015
Policy Documents and Recommendations, Reports and Analysis
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International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)
The Women Partners in TU Leadership campaign was launched in April 2008, to encourage women journalists to engage in trade-union work through training, networking and lobbying and stand for election to the decision-making bodies. It set various priorities including the necessity to “Increase rate...
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January, 01 2010
Case Studies, Policy Documents and Recommendations, Reports and Analysis
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MedMedia
This 2015 study provides a global overview of the dynamics characterizing hate speech online and some of the measures that have been adopted to counteract and mitigate it, highlighting good practices that have emerged at the local and global levels. The publication offers a comprehensive analysis...
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January, 01 2015
Policy Documents and Recommendations, Reports and Analysis
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MedMedia
The modern newsroom is a challenging place. In the competitive world of media information flies around at breakneck speed. There is little time for checking facts and images or corroborating information and virtually no space for laid back discussions on the ethics of journalism. To find a way...
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November, 21 2016

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