Theme: Media Ethics (Resources)

Article: C4 has inside story on Hajj

Keywords: International, Middle East & North Africa, Israel, English, media content, media ethics & diversity Article by Press Gazette of the 16 January 2003: Channel 4 is hiring a team of Muslim journalists so it can present a nightly news report from inside Mecca during the week of Hajj. C4 has inside story on Hajj [EN].doc

Article: Canadian media attempt to silence on Israel

Keywords: Ethnicity, race & national identity, refugees, IDPs, asylum seekers & migrants, UK, North America, Middle East & North Africa, online article, media ethic & diversity, human rights, freedom of expression & diversity, English, resource for all, online media, media organisation  This is a long article by Robert Jensen, journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin, about the lacks of Canadian media coverage about the facts regarding Israel. For more information visit: tinyurl.com  

Article: Carnegie Mellon Study: Coverage of Danish Cartoon Controversy

Keywords: Religion & belief, UK, Western Europe, Middle East & North Africa, report, hate speech, freedom of expression & diversity, English, print, online The controversy surrounding the Danish publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad dominated the world's press in early February 2006, providing an important global data source for exploring the key question of how mainstream journalism presents relations between Islam and the West.

Article: CEJI Annual Report 2006

Keywords: All Europe, English, report, social cohesion, training, education, dialogue, advocacy, racism, xenophobia, genocide, print A report with useful information about education and advocacy for diversity prepared by CEJI - Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, an international non-profit organisation established in 1991 and supporting individuals and organisations of all religions, cultures and backgrounds with the aim of promoting a diverse and inclusive Europe.

Article: CEJI lecture: '20th-century Genocides and the Framework Decision on Racism and Xenophobia'

Keywords: All Europe, English, Lecture, social cohesion, training, education, dialogue, advocacy, racism, xenophobia, genocide '20th-century Genocides and the Framework Decision on Racism and Xenophobia' , a lecture organized by CEJI - Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, which was supposed to be held in April 2007, but it was cancelled. CEJI is a an international non-profit organisation established in 1991 and supporting individuals and organisations of all religions, cultures and backgrounds to promote a diverse and inclusive Europe.

Article: Channel 4 News Coverage of the Arab World

Keywords: Diversity in general, English, UK, Middle East & North Africa, study, media ethic & diversity, print, online For six weeks, Arab Media Watch taped, transcribed and analysed the 7pm Channel 4 news, which is its flagship news broadcast. Channel 4 News Coverage of the Arab World [EN].pdf

 

Article: Channel 5 news coverage of the Arab world

Keywords: ethnicity, race & national identity, English, UK, Middle East & North Africa, media ethic & diversity, human rights, study, print, TV For three months, Arab Media Watch taped, transcribed and analysed the Channel 5 news at 5.30pm, which is its news broadcast with the highest viewing figures, according to the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board. www.arabmediawatch.com Channel 5 news coverage of the Arab world [EN].pdf

Article: Charter of Rome

Keywords: Italy, Europe, English, asylum seekers, refugees, migrants, trafficking, media, journalism, ethics, glossary "Charter of Rome" is a code of conduct formed by The National Council of the Journalists’ Association (Consiglio Nazionale dell’Ordine dei Giornalisti, CNOG) and the Italian National Press Federation (Federazione Nazionale della Stampa Italiana, FNSI). Both bodies sharing the concern voiced by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), invite Italian journalists to exercise the highest care in dealing with information regarding asylum seekers, refugees, victims of trafficking and migrants living in Italy and elsewhere. In the Annex, there is also a glossary concerning the terminology related to immigration and asylum seekers. Charter of Rome [EN]

Article: Children and Advertising in Sri Lanka

Keywords: Asia, Sri Lanka, English, report, study, children & youth, media. According to this report, there is little awareness of child rights amongst Sri Lankan media workers. The report examines issues such as whether children are portrayed ethically in Sri Lankan advertising, codes of practice governing the portrayal of children, awareness of those codes amongst media workers and advertisers - and what can be done to encourage adherence to them. (Centre for Policy Alternatives & UNICEF) Children and Advertising in Sri Lanka [EN].pdf 

Article: Children and TV

Keywords: Eastern Europe, Albania, Albanian, TV, television, monitoring, report, children, youth, print A report about the coverage of children in Albanian TV. Prepared by the Albanian Media Institute, an organization established by the end of 1995. Children and TV [AL].pdf

 

Article: Clear signs / Heldere signalen (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, the Netherlands, Dutch, ethnicity, media ethics and diversity, report, resource for trainers, NGOs and media, print. [DU] Wat vinden mediaprofessionals met een niet Nederlandse achtergrond van de ontwikkelingen in hun herkomstlanden? Hoe groot is hun betrokkenheid daarbij, en op welke wijze komt dat in hun media tot uiting?  Dat was de vraag waar de deelnemers aan de studiedag ‘heldere signalen’ zich bogen op 11 juni. De studiedag was georganiseerd in het kader van het project Mediam’Rad. Belangrijkste conclusies: de belangstelling in de mainstreammedia voor ontwikkelingen  zich in de herkomstlanden van migranten lijkt ondanks de globalisering eerder af- dan toe te nemen. Dat heeft voor een deel te maken met krimpende budgetten waardoor er minder buitenlandse correspondenten zijn, en er ook minder geïnvesteerd wordt in reportages.  [EN] A report on a debate, where media-professionals with a non-Dutch background give their opinion about the developments in their home countries. How far are they still involved with that and is that visible in their media?     Clear signs [DU].doc    

Article: Coloured News? An image of ethnic minorities in the Flemish news / Gekleurd nieuws? De voorstelling van etnische minderheden in het nieuws in Vlaanderen

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, Belgium/Flanders, ethnicity, gender, older people, diversity, reports/studies, media ethics and diversity, report, print [EN] Ethnic minorities in the media are mostly connected to conflict and problems, women are underrepresented in the press, seniors are almost never addressed and youngsters are stereotyped. Though there has not been any scientific research done to underpin these allegations.  This research was done around several research activities around the theme media and ethnic minority groups. Central in this report are the coverage of ethnical minorities in the Flemish news.

Article: Colourful radio

Keywords: cultural diversity, ethnic minorities, migrants, refugees, asylum-seekers, London, radio, media ethics & diversity, English, social diversity models Colourful Radio is a cross-cultural talk radio station based in London, UK. The radio has a variety of programmes and a strong interest in cultural diversity, ethnic minorities issues, migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers, and more. It is part of the London-based “colourful network” project. www.iamcolourful.com/radio/

Article: Comics industry draws on diversity

Keywords: International, English, media, ethnicity & race, general diversity, media & ethics, print A long article on the New York Times: x-ray vision; teleportation; shape-shifting; flight. The special abilities of superheroes are certainly diverse, but historically the faces behind the masks have been much less so. Out of costume the biggest difference was black hair or blond. Green skin was more common than any shade of brown. And on the rare occasion when nonwhite heroes were included, names like Black Panther and Black Lightning telegraphed the difference. Comics industry draws on diversity [EN].doc

Article: Conference on the position and role of media in Africa / Conférence sur le rôle et la place des médias dans la société de l’information en Afrique et dans les pays arabes (only in French)

Keywords: North Africa & Middle East, French, diversity in general, study, guide, freedom of expression & diversity, journalism, media ethics & diversity, resource for academics & media, print This is a summary of a conference held on the 22-24 September 2004 in Marrakech, Morocco. It outlines the steps that need to be made in the African continent in order to move towards a freer, pluralistic and independent press.  Conference on the position of media in Africa [FR].pdf    

Article: Conflict and the role of the Media

Keywords: International, English, guide, report, media, war, conflict, journalism, mediation, print This pamphlet was commissioned by International Media Support (IMS) as a follow up to the conference hosted in Copenhagen in November 2004. Part one sets out IMS’ understanding of modern conflict and the role the media can play in either exacerbating or alleviating violence.

Article: Content analysis of Azerbaijani media on multi-culturalism and unity

Keywords: Caucasus, English, report, study, ethnicity & race, diversity. A 2003 content analysis of the Azerbaijani media on the issue of multi-cultural differences and regional unity in the South Caucasus . Daily newspapers, TV and radio channels - both pro-government and opposition - were monitored between December 2002 and February 2003. A second part of the study saw 1,000 Azeri people surveyed on the same topic. Content analysis of Azerbaijani media on multi-culturalism and unity [EN].doc

Article: Coverage about refugees and crime / Berichtgeving over allochtonen en criminaliteit (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, refugees, ethnicity, study/research, media ethics and diversity [EN]Research about the degree in which Dutch newspapers give a representative image of refugees that are linked to crime compared to Dutch people.

Article: Coverage of the War on Gaza in British & German Newspaper Editorials

Keywords: ethnicity, race & national identity, refugee, IDPs, asylum seekers & migrants, English, UK, Western Europe, study, media ethic & diversity, print For this study, Masters student Katrin Wolf of Swansea University conducted a discourse analysis of editorials and opinion pieces in German and British newspapers covering the war on Gaza of December 2008 / January 2009.

 

Article: Coverage without discrimination: how media reports on LGBT

Keywords: France, French, LGBT, media, discrimination, homophobia, sexism, gender, guide Association des journalistes LGBT (AJL) promotes a better and fairer coverage of LGBT issues in French media. Last year, the numerous debates on homosexual marriage revealed that many stereotypes exist about the LGBT community in French media. It, furthermore, uncovered that there is a need for a better understanding of the issue. French LGBT journalists as well as AJL, therefore, decided to create this guide for better media coverage of LGBT community.

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