Zoe Greenfield has been appointed the new Director of the Ethical Journalism Network.
The Ethical Journalism Network have appointed their new director. Zoe Greenfield joins the EJN from the International Network of Street Papers where she has been working as Operations Manager.
Zoe said, ‘I am honoured to be joining the Ethical Journalism Network at a time when its mission has never been more critical. I hope to build the strength and solidarity of the network as we work together towards change. As the work of the EJN grows, colleagues operating in increasingly challenging environments will know that they do not face these struggles alone.’
‘I am energised by the wealth of knowledge and expertise of esteemed colleagues within the EJN and look forward to working with the team, trustees and committee members to further increase the reach and impact of the EJN as we work to promote and strengthen ethics in journalism and respect for human rights.’
The EJN is a collection of more than seventy groups of journalists, editors, press owners and media support groups from across the globe. It aims to strengthen the craft of journalism and to promote for the public benefit high ethical standards in journalism through education, training and publication of useful research.
You can visit the EJN’s website here.