The importance of ethics when reporting on conflict

"A regional outline of the issues and key challenges” – keynote address by Dhruba Hari Adhikary on how ethics and conflict reporting interact.

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Code of Conduct: “Truly distinct” and “absolutely necessary”

The newly-launched Code of Conduct was heralded as a “truly distinct” piece of work and "absolutely necessary" for public trust in media.

Code of Conduct: Improving conflict sensitive reporting & journalist safety in South Asia 

Our Code of Conduct to Improve Conflict Sensitive Reporting and Safety of Journalists in South Asia is available now.

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Event: Launch of Code of Conduct for conflict sensitive reporting in South Asia

Join us for the launch of our Code of Conduct to Improve Conflict Sensitive Reporting and Safety of Journalists in South Asia.

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Project update: South Asia conflict sensitive reporting project nears completion

Our South Asia conflict reporting and journalist safety project is nearly complete, with a code of conduct set to launch in the coming weeks.

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Talking COVID at Radiodays Asia

Register now for this year's virtual Radiodays Asia conference and join us for our session "Talking COVID".

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Nepal’s public broadcasting bill causes independence concerns

A new Public Service Broadcasting bill has raised serious concerns among journalists and lawmakers about the potential for government control over a new public media body.

Terrorism, Conflict & Hate Speech in South Asian News Media

We are pleased to announce our latest project to strengthen the capacity of South Asian news media to report on terrorism, violence and hate speech.