UNESCO has launched ten new specialized syllabi on journalism education to fill the gap for specialized literacies required by journalism educators to respond to new challenges. Such specialized journalistic literacies include those relating to media sustainability, data mining, intercultural dialogue, global communication, humanitarian crisis, human trafficking, community participation, science and bioethics, as well as gender inequality. Titled Model Curricula for Journalism Education: A Compendium of New Syllabi, the new publication builds on the original UNESCO Model Curricula developed in 2007 and adapted, since then, in over 60 countries.
This is an excellent free resrource for anyone teaching journalism and/or ethics. In particular it has an international focus that addresses the needs of diverse kinds of commuities.
See on www.unesco.org