IMPRESS Trust in Journalism Conference 2020
The IMPRESS Trust in Journalism Conference 2020 took place across the afternoons of 23 to 25 November, all online.
Over 500 people from 50+ different countries subscribed to attend the conference.
The Conference was organised under the general theme of "Building trust in unpredented times". Each day of the conference was organised under a specific theme.
DAY 1 | Standards in News: Ethics, Race and Harassment
- Reporting race: Time to reassess editorial standards on discrimination?
- Journos on journos: Journalism and mental health
- Feeling harassed? Managing, avoiding and preventing threats and abuse in journalism
DAY 2 | Public Interest News: Unlocking Potential (Co-organised in partnership with the Public Interest News Foundation)
- Conversation: Public interest news today
- Unlocking potential: Public interest news worldwide
- How plural is the independent news sector - really?
- Publishers roundtable: Realising news potential
DAY 3 | Journalism Online: Shifting Boundaries
- Journalism online: breaking new ground, keeping it ethical
- Uncovering the truth: Newsgathering online and offline
- Verifying sources in Covid-19 times
- Who regulated free speech?
The lineup of speakers included a wide range of media professionals, based in the UK and internationally.
Speakers included the following organisations:
- Bureau of Investigative Journalism
- Centre for Media Monitoring
- Dart Center Europe
- European Journalism Centre
- ICFJ Knight Fellowship
- Independent Community News Network (ICNN)
- Institute for Strategic Dialogue
- Media Diversity Institute
- Naked Politics
- New Internationalist
- Now Then Magazine
- NUJ Black Members Council
- Online Media Law
- Oversight Board set up to make 'independent decisions regarding content on Facebook and Instagram'
- PA Media
- Plant Based News
- Public Interest Journalism Initiative (PIJI) (Australia)
- Star and Crescent
- The Conversation UK
- The Economist
- the Ethical Journalism Network
- The Guardian
- The Overtake
- Volt Data Lab
- WebRoots Democracy
For more information, you can visit www.trustinjournalism.co.uk