- how UK television portrayed the wider world in January 2016
- TV international coverage in 2014/15
- what journalists really think
- making your voice heard
We are calling on the Government and the BBC to amend the new purpose 1
which covers news and current affairs so that it is clear that the BBC has an obligation to broadcast non news content that informs us about the wider world.
says Michael Møller, Director General of the UN Office at Geneva.
The Ethical Journalism Network has published a new research report, Moving Stories – International Review of How Media Cover Migration
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IBT works with the media, government and civil society to increase understanding of people throughout the world and the issues which affect them. See how we managed in 2015 ... (report pdf)
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