Friday, May 9, 2014 (All day)

Since 1991 there have been 22 Forums in 14 countries. ICF's contact with 2,000 media people in 116 countries is maintained by a computerised mailing list. It has been through the initiative of many of these people that Forums have taken place on most continents. 

After a four-year hiatus, the ICF's merger with the International Council for Press and Broadcasting and the arrival of William Morris as the ICF's new Chairman will see a renewal of ICF activities and events, with a new conference planned for May 2014.

The Conference will discuss Media Ethics in a Changing World. Through four sessions, the conference will explore the way media professionals understand ethics and apply this understanding to they face in their work.

Led by ICF President Bernard Margueritte and ICF Chairman William Morris, the four panels will discuss issues of the Government and the Media, Media Fact and Fiction, the Ethos of Media Governance and Integrity and Media Ethics.

The conference will be held in London on May 9, 2014, the day before the second event being used to re-launch ICF activity: the International Media Awards.