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Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation Views: 9844
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ALTER-EU advocates rules that make transparency (including about sources of income) an obligation for all EU lobbyists. In the meanwhile, we have no hesitations about disclosing this information ourselves. Examples of the 'unilateral transparency' practised by ALTER-EU groups are available on the websites of Corporate Europe Observatory, Friends of the Earth Europe, LobbyControl and Greenpeace European Unit.

Center for Media and Democracy Views: 9860
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The nonprofit Center for Media and Democracy strengthens participatory democracy by investigating and exposing public relations spin and propaganda, and by promoting media literacy and citizen journalism, media "of, by and for the people." Our programs include PR Watch, a quarterly investigative journal; six books by CMD staff; Spin of the Day; the Weekly Spin listserv; and, Congresspedia and SourceWatch, part of our wiki-based investigative journalism collaborative to which anyone, including you, can contribut

EthicNet Views: 9849
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Databank for European Codes of Journalism Ethics

Independent Press Councils Views: 9849
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Dedicated to media ethics, this site contains press codes of conduct from around the world.

International Center for Information Ethics Views: 9851
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This is an academic website on information ethics. It is a platform for exchanging information about worldwide teaching and research in our field. It gives the opportunity to meet each other. It provides news on ongoing activities by different kinds of organizations. And it is free. The success of this website depends on the will of the people interested in this subject to share their knowledge with others.

Journalists @ Your Service Views: 9852
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Journalists @ Your Service is a partnership project between AGJPB/AVBB (the Belgian Journalists' Union), API (Association de La Presse Internationale), the EJC (European Journalism Centre), the IFJ (International Federation of Journalists), the International Press Centre Résidence Palace and the local branch of the NUJ (the British and Irish Journalists' Union). It provides professional advice, assistance and a wide range of services to journalists visiting or working in Brussels. It is based in the new International Press Centre Résidence Palace, which is conveniently situated in the heart of the 'European Quarter' next door to the European Council and within walking distance of the European Parliament, the European Commission's Press Centre and most of the European Commission's offices.

Media Ethics Magazine Views: 9849
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Media Ethics is independent. It is eclectic in editorial content, and the sponsors are not responsible for its content. It strives to provide a forum for opinion and research articles on media ethics, as well as a venue for announcements and reviews of meetings, opportunities, and publications.

Poynter Institute Views: 9851
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The Poynter Institute is a school for journalists, future journalists, and teachers of journalists. No matter what their job title may be, journalists come to Poynter in a search for excellence. Our resident and visiting faculty provide concentrated instruction and personal support in that quest.

Reporters without Borders Views: 9848
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Reporters Without Borders is an association officially recognised as serving the public interest More than a third of the world’s people live in countries where there is no press freedom. Reporters Without Borders works constantly to restore their right to be informed. Fourty-two media professionals lost their lives in 2003 for doing what they were paid to do — keeping us informed. Today, more than 130 journalists around the world are in prison simply for doing their job. In Nepal, Eritrea and China, they can spend years in jail just for using the "wrong" word or photo. Reporters Without Borders believes imprisoning or killing a journalist is like eliminating a key witness and threatens everyone’s right to be informed. It has been fighting such practices for more than 18 years.

Studio Miessen Views: 9853
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Studio Miessen is a collaborative agency for spatial strategy and cultural analysis, accommodating change through research, criticism, writing, teaching and design. Studio Miessen designs space, services and strategic framework proposals, research and writes on spatial practices and comments on a wide range of cultural phenomena through international publishing. Unique solutions are being delivered through a network of international cutting-edge practitioners with expertise in architecture, urbanism, art theory, curating, cultural studies and social sciences. Project teams are being assembled on an ad hoc basis delivering the most sensible team in regards to the problems presented by the client. This helps us to find appropriate solutions and stimulating debate that achieve clients objectives and deliver measurable benefits.

UNESCO Observatory on the Information Society Views: 9848
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Monitoring the Development of the Information Society towards Knowledge Societies. New information and communication technologies brought about major repercussions on all aspects of life. This prompted UNESCO’s Member States to mandate the Organization in November 1997 to keep them abreast with these new ethical, legal and societal challenges by establishing a permanent international monitoring mechanism.



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