This training manual for media professionals focuses on the relationship between the press and conflicts. It focuses on how journalism and conflict coverage contribute to maintaining security, non-escalation and resolving kidnappings. Part one includes five chapters on skills related to media in conflict and negotiation. Part two has four chapters on how media professionals behave in conflict situations.
This presentation defines citizen journalism and describes the differences between citizen journalism and professional journalism. It highlights the ethical standards of news editing, including precision, equity, impartiality and objectivity, and respect for privacy. A citizen journalist’s toolbox is included, such as Powtoon, Canva, Hootsuite, Buffer, Trello, Bitly, Iconosquare, Google Alerts and Socialbakers.
This presentation supports an interactive workshop to tackle challenges faced by online journalism and the ethical responsibilities of journalists when publishing online. It details ethical standards like integrity and transparency, apologizing in case of a mistake and respecting privacy.
This brief presentation by a member of the Tunisian HAICA provides steps for obtaining a license to establish and operate community radio stations. It describes the legal framework, conditions, barriers and how nominations are opened.