Manuals/Handbooks/Guidelines


Training Manual on Human Trafficking for Journalists PDF Print

stophumantraffickinglogoPublished: 17 January 2012

Region: Balkans & Worldwide

This training manual for journalists produced by Serbia-based NGO ASTRA (Anti Trafficking Action) with the support of OSCE Mission to Serbia was created to offer fundamental information and writing recommendations to all those who write or wish to write about the phenomenon of trafficking in women.

 
“Speak out against discrimination” Campaign: Media Resources on Diversity PDF Print

CoUSpeakagainstdiscriminationPublished: 22 December 2011

Region: EU & Worldwide

The Council of Europe produced several online resources for media professionals as part of their "Speak out against discrimination" campaign. The resources cover the issues of promoting minority access to the media, discrimination in sport, young journalists and media discrimination, as well as providing general practical exercises from different journalism training institutions which are easily adaptable and transferable in terms of context and duration.

 

 
Manual for reporters covering HIV/AIDS online PDF Print

hivijnetPublished: 2 February 2011

Region: Africa, Caribbean & rest of the world

Reporters who cover HIV/AIDS issues can utilize an online resource

The training manual published by Inter Press Service is made of up of three parts and designed to be used as part of a week-long training session on gender and HIV. It argues the importance of gender training for the media, as research shows that news is told largely through the eyes, voices and perspectives of men.

 
Arab New Media for Peace and Dialogue: Best practice guide published PDF Print

Posted: 17 November, 2010arabnewmedia

Region: Middle East and Worldwide

UNESCO and the UNESCO Centre of Catalonia (UNESCOCAT) launched Arab New Media for Peace and Dialogue, a best practice guide and pedagogical toolkit, which has been produced as an outcome of the Arab New Media Summit for Peace and Dialogue.

 
Online Manual for Western journalists reporting on Islam PDF Print

Posted: 5 October 2010

Location: USA, Worldwide

“For example, the word “jihad” is commonly mistranslated as “holy war” and believed to be something that is inherently wrong, dangerous, sinister, etc. While some militant groups use the term in that way, the concept has a...different meaning  for mainstream Muslims” – excerpts from the “Best Practices for Reporting on Islam”

The online guide aimed at Western journalist reporting on Islam has been released by Michigan State University School of Journalism and is titled “Best Practices for Reporting on Islam”.

 
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