NLGJA, the Association of LGBT Journalists, works to foster fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues in the media. The organization is based in Washington and offers resources for journalists, including a stylebook of LGBT terminology and a reporting toolbox.
Neil J. Kressel is a professor of psychology at William Patterson University in Wayne, N.J., and the author of Bad Faith: The Danger of Religious Extremism. His scholarship focuses on religion, psychology, prejudice and race relations, history, journalism, politics and political research. He is an expert on religious extremism and anti-Semitism.
The Institute for War & Peace Reporting is an international not-for-profit organization governed by senior journalists; experts in peace-building, development and human rights; regional specialists; and business professionals. IWPR has offices in London; The Hague, Netherlands; and Washington.
The Coalition for Ethical Journalism is a global campaign committed to strengthening standards of ethics, good governance and self-regulation across all platforms of media. Contact Puruesh Chaudhary.
Aidan White is director of the Ethical Journalism Network, a London-based global campaign promoting good governance and ethical conduct in media. EJN’s member organizations, which include Religion Newswriters Foundation, can speak about hate speech in their respective countries of focus.