Get published in The Center for International Media Ethics' Monthly Online Newsletter!

Our newsletter reaches readers in five continents via email and our website. Contribute an article and let your voice be heard!

CIME welcomes submissions from media professionals around the world who are interested in covering important media ethics issues or sharing their personal experiences in the industry.

Our newsletter is comprised of five sections, each with a specific focus and aim.
Spotlight - features an industry professional, organization or event
Ethics Strategy - discusses a tip or approach for promoting ethics in media or improving the marketability of ethical journalism
A Closer Look - examines a popular media ethics topic, trend or news item in detail
Global Ethics News (Staff written) - a digest of media ethics news around the world
CIME News (Staff written) - our organization's events, initiatives and announcements

We are looking for articles to fill the Spotlight, Ethics Strategy and Closer Look sections.

Articles should be fresh, engaging, relevant to media ethics, and between 300 and 600 words long. We appreciate stories accompanied by an original or open-license photo, or by a photo idea. The publication deadline is generally in the second or third week of each month.

Topic Ideas:
Possible subjects include a profile of a journalist who has had to face an ethical challenge, a personal essay about your experience with media ethics, coverage of a media ethics conference in your area, analysis of a recent media ethics study or survey, a discussion of a new ethical practice or technique, advice on how to uphold a particular journalistic standard, and an examination of how a recent news item may affect the media ethics climate of a country.

If you are interested in contributing, please submit your article or pitch to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .



Newsletter history

CIME Gallery

"I thought the panels were well chosen and ... the discussions were lively and interesting." – CIME Forum 2011 Participant

"I enjoyed the participation from two perspectives, the indigenous person and the urban mestiza." – CIME Forum 2010 Participant

"All of the topics covered satisfied my thirst for learning how I can use ethics to participate in consolidating democracy in my country." - CIME Forum 2009 participants