South Asian level training workshop taking place from 28-30 September, 2021 in Kathmandu is a part of “Code of Ethics to Improve Conflict Sensitive Reporting and Safety of Journalists in South Asia” project-implemented by Media Action Nepal, Public Media Alliance and UNESCO Delhi Office.
Facilitated by internationally recognized media researchers and trainers Dr. Sadia Jamil and Mr. Laxman Datt Pant, a total of 28 working journalists and members of media organizations covering Bangladesh, India, Nepal, the Maldives, and Sri Lanka will participate in and benefit from the training.
Training Webinar on Ethical Media reporting
Training Webinar on Ethical Media Reporting, Ending Child Marriage, GBV and Harmful Practices including in COVID-19 Crisis and Humanitarian Setting from October 10 -12, 2020-organized in collaboration with UNFPA, FAYA, Nepal and Media Action Nepal -for 16 working journalists of Sudurpaschim province.
Live Streaming Presentation on International Fact-Checking Day
Training on Preventing Disinformation
Group 1 : July 29-31, 2020 for 16 journalists of Chitwan district
The purpose of this training is to stimulate exchange of both theoretical and practical knowledge among journalists to encourage the media to be more accurate and credible thus to build positive public perceptions on the media content. The training mainly aims to prevent disinformation and misinformation so to contribute to preserving hard won freedoms and help in strengthening democracy through better adherence to professional standards and commitment to the principles of accountability and media ethics. The training also aims to impart techniques of verifying information so to promote the fact checking culture among journalists.