Abu-Fadil, Magda; Arthurs, Clare; Foley, Michael, “Model Course on Safety of Journalists.” Published in May 2017 by UNESCO and the International Federation of Journalists in English [PDF] and Arabic [PDF].
Abu-Fadil, “Journalism Schools Must Include Safety Courses in Curricula.” Chapter in “The Assault on Journalism: Building Knowledge to Protect Freedom of Expression,” [PDF] edited by Ulla Carlsson and Reeta Pöyhtäri. Published in May 2017 by Nordicom, the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Mixed Messages as Media Cope with Internal Stress and External Pressure,” [PDF] chapter in “How does the media on both sides of the Mediterranean report on Migration? A study by journalists, for journalists and policymakers: Migration media coverage in 17 countries from 2015 to 2016.” [PDF] published by the Ethical Journalism Network, the European Union, Euromed Migration, and the International Center for Migration Policy Development, May 2017.
Abu-Fadil, Magda; Torrent, Jordi; Grizzle, Alton (Editors) and Abu-Fadil, Magda (co-author). “Yearbook 2016 – Opportunities for Media and Information Literacy in the Middle East and North Africa.” The International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media at Nordicom, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. [PDF]
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “The Media’s Role in Combating Unilateral Points of View.” Summary of a paper published in UNESCO’s World Report, “Investing in Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue.” The author contributed recommendations on the need for media literacy programs at a round table at the third United Nations’ Alliance of Civilizations Forum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 2010.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Lebanese Youth and the Media: Social and Political Influences.” Yearbook 2005/2006 In the Service of Young People: Studies and Reflections on Media in the Digital Age. Edited by Ulla Carlsson and Cecilia von Feilitzen. The International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media, NORDICOM, Goteborg University, Sweden, 2006. Print.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “What the Arab Media Need.” Hewar Al Arab (The Arabs’ Dialog), No. 13, p. 90–93. Arab Thought Foundation. Beirut. December 2005.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Media Freedoms in Lebanon: Law v. Practice.” Paper presented at seminar by same title. Lebanese University Faculty of Information & Documentation. Beirut, Lebanon. February 2, 2006.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Online Media Ethics: A Needed Dynamic.” Paper presented at the conference Online Journalism in the Arab World: Realities and Challenges. University of Sharjah College of Communications. United Arab Emirates. November 22–23, 2005.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Regional Media/Dialogue and Competencies in the Arab World.” Paper presented at seminar by same title. Organized by UNESCO for UNESCO experts’ meeting in Doha, Qatar. December 6–8, 2004.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Media Ethics: Reconciling Organizational and Public Interests.” Paper presented at conference Media Ethics & Journalism in the Arab Word: Theory, Practice & Challenges Ahead, organized by the Institute for Professional Journalists, Lebanese American University. Beirut, Lebanon. June 9–11, 2004.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “U.S. Media as Political Player.” Roundtable presentation to editors and reporters of 2M TV channel. Casablanca, Morocco. May 3, 2004.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Media Empires: Between Profit & Ethics.” Lecture at Gabes University. Tunisia. April 13, 2004.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Lebanon’s Broadcast Industry: A Work in Progress.” Paper presented at Towards Public Broadcasting in Morocco and in the Region, conference organized by the International Federation of Journalists. Maghreb Arab Press Agency. Rabat, Morocco. December 16–17, 2003.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “The State of Arab Media: A Call for Freedom and Reform.” Paper presented at Designs for Democratization in Iraq, conference organized by Internews Network, U.S. Agency for International Development and the Greek Foreign Ministry. Athens, Greece. June 1–3, 2003.
Abu-Fadil, Magda. “Revised Guidelines for Good Journalistic Practice.” Code of ethics presented at Professional Ethics, Media Legislation & Freedom of Expression in Lebanon, an international round table organized by the Institute for Professional Journalists at the Lebanese American University, UNESCO and the Vienna-based International Press Institute. Beirut, Lebanon. March 1–2, 2002.