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Revamping media code of conduct - Arab News

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Revamping media code of conduct
Arab News
The media, which was once celebrated for spontaneous reporting, was heavily criticized for showing immaturity in this conflict-zone situation.
Radio4peacebuilding's insight:

Media in general is very slow to catch onto the idea that their responsibility is a more complex one than 'simply reporting the fact'

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The value of professional journalism - The Independent

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The Independent The value of professional journalism The Independent Most of the journalists I know probably slept through the Today programme on Saturday morning, which is a shame, because it featured a remarkable statement.


Via Andy Bull
Radio4peacebuilding's insight:

Professional journalists and social media; two streams which converge every now and again, but don't confuse one for the other. At least not yet.

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Technology for Peacebuilding: an Online Database

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The Build Peace Database aims to document crossovers between peacebuilding and new technologies around the world, focusing on communications, networking and gaming technologies.

Via Capacity.org
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Capacity.org's curator insight, December 9, 2013 2:39 PM

The information is organised in two ways: with a map of listed organisations and projects, and also through a extensive tables with a search filter to organise information. Listed projects include: PeaceTXT, an SMS mass campaign project for behavior change in Kenya; Crack in the Wall, a platform for conversation and engagement between Palestinians and Israelis using social media, and Connect Program, which links students from 27 countries around the world through a videoconferencing application.