The annual Trust in Journalism Conference, organised by UK press regulator IMPRESS, highlights some of the best journalism initiatives in journalism and key debates around trust and standards taking place in the world of news and independent journalism each year. This year's theme is: "Building trust in unprecedented times". Confirmed speakers and programme: www.trustinjournalism.co.uk
Sessions include: reporting race, journalism and mental health, harassment and trauma reporting, new strategies for social media distribution of news, trusting scientific sources in times of Covid-19, platform regulation and its impact on news content, among others. The lineup includes 35+ speakers from the UK, the US, Europe, Australia and Brazil. This conference will be 100% online, and will take place between 23 and 25 November, 2-5pm (GMT).
Speakers from: The Economist, Press Association, the Media Diversity Institute, the Dart Center, the Oversight Board (created to oversee Facebook), Google, ICFJ Fellows, Bureau Local, Bellingcat, The Guardian, The Conversation, Plant Based News, New Internationalist, the European Journalism Centre, WebRoots Democracy, Free Press (US), Nakes Politics, Ethical Journalism Network... and more.
Registration: Free. Visit www.trustinjournalism.co.uk/
IMPRESS regulates almost 100 publishers, who collectively publish 160+ news publications in the UK. We provide publishers and journalists with the protection and support they need to do their job. We offer complaints adjudication, free arbitration, a comprehensive insurance scheme and a progressive Standards Code. We work in partnership with the public, publishers and key stakeholders to raise the standards of journalism.
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