- Overview of Disputes and Conflicts
- Approach to Disputes
- Role of Journalists in reporting of Conflicts/ Disputes
- Legal provisions and Ethics relating to reporting Conflicts/ Disputes/Court cases in India
- Relationship of “Freedom of Speech’ with Conflict Reporting
- Building Objectivity and Neutrality whilst reporting Conflicts.
- Distinguishing between Propaganda, Opinion and Information
OBJECTIVE OF THE WORKSHOP
The objective of this workshop is to address the urgent need of unbiased conflict-reporting in the Media. We see Media personnel getting into disputes regarding their ‘reporting’ and at the same time have seen public attacks on Media personnel and freedom of speech. This Workshop will give an understanding of perspective, ethics and spectrum of reporting of conflicts.
WHO WILL BENEFIT?
Print and TV Media Journalists, Social Media handlers, Publishers of Newspapers and Magazines and Digital content, Lawyers handling Media Disputes and Mediation experts. The workshop will also introduce the concept of Mediation in resolving Disputes related to Media and Print Journalism.
Ms. Tanu Mehta
Mr. Jonathan Rodrigues
Rs 3,500/- inclusive of lunch and tea. Accommodation can be provided on request at additional cost.