- The EJN's Tom Law presented the EJN guidelines on migration reporting but warned: "We can't ask media to only focus on positive stories, because it will backfire."
- — Joe Lowry (@lowryjoe)Wed, Dec 13 2017 11:55:20
- Tom also presented some of the findings from the EJN's three recent reports on migration.
- — Angela Boskovitch (@aboskovitch)Wed, Dec 13 2017 11:54:02
- — Rouguyata Sall (@rouguyata)Wed, Dec 13 2017 11:40:53
- — GwenGriffith-Dickson (@GriffithDickson)Wed, Dec 13 2017 11:54:13Great panel on how ethical reporting in mainstream media can overcome hate speech on migration. And how, specifically! In Cairo #SpreadNoHate #UNAOC https://twitter.com/lowryjoe/status/940910711429099520 …
- Tom outlined the political pressure, economic difficulties face by journalists that don't always allow them to meet the standards they'd like to achieve.
- — Julie Ann Ladanan (@julieladanan)Wed, Dec 13 2017 11:18:51
- — Ethical Journalism (@EJNetwork)Wed, Dec 13 2017 16:08:04Head of Public Policy & Governmental Relations for @TwitterMENA, @GeorgeSalama, responds to @TomLawMedia's question about the hierarchy of users on @Twitter and how this affects implementation of the platform's policies on #HateSpeech. From today's @UNAOC #SpreadNoHate event. https://twitter.com/lowryjoe/status/940957827455160320 …
Hate Speech Against Migrants and Refugees
Highlights from UNAOC Symposium on Hate Speech Against Migrants and Refugees in the Media in Cairo, 13 December 2017.
byEthical Journalism Network175 Views