[Off-the-shelf] Ethical Guide for Filipino Journalists | NUJP

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Ethical Guide for Filipino Journalists

The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines remains steadfast in upholding the ethical conduct of journalism in the Philippines.

This year, in its goal, to strengthen the self-regulation of media in the country, the NUJP, in partnership with Internews and USAID, took on the challenge to produce a comprehensive and updated Ethical Guide for Filipino Journalists.

A product of rigorous research and a series of consultations and discussions with fellow Filipino journalists, this document aims to serve as a tool to guide journalists and newsrooms on the ethical conduct of journalism.

It provides not just the core ethical principles of journalism, but also key events in the history of the Philippine media where journalists confronted various ethical dilemmas and the lessons that can be drawn from them. More importantly, this book details some practical guidelines on journalism ethics, amid the emergence of social media and online platforms as today’s main sources of information.

This guidebook is free for download for everyone, particularly academicians, journalism and mass communication students, campus journalists, and media practitioners.

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