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03 February 2015
The CAJ Ethics Committee of the Canadian Association of Journalists is a panel of scholars, teachers and practitioners of journalism who address questions about ethical practice raised by the
16 February 2016
When a sexual assault complainant asks to be publicly identified careful consideration is still required.
09 December 2015
It’s clear that newsrooms, in the age of social media and ubiquitous video, would not be well served by a document simply explaining why payments should never be made.
05 October 2015
Newsrooms must grapple with issues of deception and conflict of interest.Read more
24 July 2014
A new report from the Canadian Association of Journalists’ ethics committee looks at when a relationship with a source is so close that it's apt to affect a journalist’s news judgment.
22 July 2014
How close is too close?” is a timeless and somewhat insidious question for journalists, and the answers are as inevitably murky as are human relationships themselves.
05 May 2014
How exactly would an editor rationalize a decision to unpublish? What alternatives are available? The Canadian Association of Journalists ethics committee took an actual unpublishing request made to
21 April 2014
There is no magic formula for ensuring a civil exchange of relevant ideas and opinions. Setting the ground rules, monitoring the conversation and being engaged in it can go long way to achieving that
21 April 2014
Setting the ground rules, monitoring the conversation and being engaged in it can go long way to achieving that goal, says a report by the Canadian Association of Journalists’ ethics advisory

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