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The Ethical Journalism Network produces resources for working journalists, media trainers and journalism students focusing on how to improve media ethics and ethical communications in the public sphere. On the resources page, you will find in-depth reports, infographics on hate speech and migration coverage, videos on a wide range of ethical issues, as well as our podcasts and presentations.
Media Ethics is an open-access, scholarly forum for the sharing of research and views on current topics in media ethics. It takes a purposely broad and pluralistic view of media ethics, encompassing topics in journalism ethics, advertising ethics, digital ethics, computer ethics, organizational communication ethics, entertainment ethics, film ethics, as well as communication ethics in general.