Code of Ethics

According to The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) Code of Practice for All Social Organisations was established on September 1995 by 8 social action organizations and 6 unions of journalists, while in January 1996, seventy-one journalists drafted a Code of Ethics for the Professional Exercise of Journalism.

An Agreement for the coverage of violence (Acuerdo para la Cobertura Informativa de la Violencia), signed by a group of Mexican news organizations, is close to being considered a code of ethics on how to cover the violence generated by organized crime.

Some media outlets have their own code of ethics. Here are some examples:

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