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In fragile states such as the Central African Republic, the Covid-19 pandemic poses a serious threat to sustainable media development, as Michel Leroy reports.
(Internews in the Philippines was part of a joint initiative that held a webinar on responsible journalism during COVID-19) By Eleanor Amarga Leyco-Chua
By Hannah N. Geterminah
Internews and Ethical Journalism Network launch “Ethics in Practice” Joint Series on the Ethics of Covering the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Ethical Journalism Network (EJN) and Internews Europe today announce the launch of a joint series of articles, seeking to highlight the ethics of reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar will discuss the mediaâs role in combating stigma and prejudiceÂ during theÂ COVID-19 pandemic.
Face à une publication excessive de fausses informations pendant cette crise sanitaire de covid-19, les journalistes doivent s’adonner à la vérification des faits. Cela ressort d’une formation d’une journée organisée par ABASIRWA et la Commission Rwandaise des Médias (RMC).