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Media Tenor - Media Tenor - Reports http://de.mediatenor.com Wed, 11 Dec 2019 15:11:50 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management de-de CSR Index 2018 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/1148/csr-index-2018 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/1148/csr-index-2018 CSR Index 2018

Trust is vital for society and for the global economy to function successfully and efficiently given the fast pace of change in the world today. The economic crisis that began in 2008 continues to challenge us today in part due to (a) the diminished sense of trust between businesses and their stakeholders, and (b) the lack of trust in the data on which businesses report performance and make decisions.

The performance of companies in the area of sustainable development is currently evaluated using the data provided on their website, in their Annual Report, and in their Sustainability / CSR Report. Rating agencies rework and interpret the elements provided using criteria and methodologies they have developed in-house to rank companies’ results. It is widely recognized that the approach adopted by rating agencies presents a number of significant shortcomings.

The book aims to illustrate the role and functionalities of a robust Global Sustainability Index (GSI) that overcomes these limitations and allows companies to be ranked in a transparent and pertinent manner.

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info@mediatenor.com (Klemm Kerstin) Reports Tue, 13 Nov 2018 10:16:26 +0000
Global Agenda Index 2018 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/1143/global-agenda-index-2018 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/1143/global-agenda-index-2018 Global Agenda Index 2018

The UNAI and Media Tenor have partnered to develop a Global Agenda Index that goes beyond conceptions of nationally-based analysis to map and evaluate those global environmental issues that matter. By adding applied agenda setting theory to the current standard, we are able to challenge existing “truths” and paradigms which are limited  by nationalistic perspectives. Through ongoing international media analysis and leading analyst quotations, a more global perspective is considered in order to create a more robust future scenario and identify the impact of gamechangers in the arenas of both, politics and business. In this new approach, the opinions about our future from 200 heads of state, parliaments, top CEOs, university presidents, and media leaders have been collected. Leaders had the opportunity to not only vocalize their expectations for the next five and ten years, but to also see how these opinions interact with the agenda of the mass media. In the future, we will also include the results of the Global Youth Poll on a quarterly basis.

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info@mediatenor.com (Klemm Kerstin) Reports Thu, 08 Nov 2018 13:41:47 +0000
Global Youth Poll 2018 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/1142/global-youth-poll-2018 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/1142/global-youth-poll-2018 Global Youth Poll 2018

The September 2015 agreement on Sustainable Development Goals requires all states to implement the17 SDGs by 2030. By then, the next generation will be starting to takeover from today’s leaders – but no one yet knows how the next generation is thinking about these “global goals.” Therefore, the General Director of the UN in Geneva, Michael Moller, has invited leaders from the largest youth organizations to meet at the Palais des Nations with the head of the International Parliamentary Union, the representatives of the United Indigenous Nations, experts from the World Association of Public Opinion Scholars and the Global Sustainability Index Institute Foundation to develop a feasible concept reaching out to the next generation on a regular basis to ensure that their opinion and experience become transparent and are heard by the current leaders of the world.

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info@mediatenor.com (Klemm Kerstin) Reports Thu, 08 Nov 2018 13:31:12 +0000
CSR Index 2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/854/csr-index-2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/854/csr-index-2016 CSR Index 2016

Trust is vital for society and for the global economy to function successfully and efficiently given the fast pace of change in the world today. The economic crisis that began in 2008 continues to challenge us today in part due to (a) the diminished sense of trust between businesses and their stakeholders, and (b) the lack of trust in the data on which businesses report performance and make decisions.

The performance of companies in the area of sustainable development is currently evaluated using the data provided on their website, in their Annual Report and in their Sustainability / CSR Report. Rating agencies rework and interpret the elements provided using criteria and methodologies they have developed in-house to rank companies’ results. It is widely recognized that the approach adopted by rating agencies presents a number of signifi cant shortcomings.

The book aims to illustrate the role and functionalities of a robust Global Sustainability Index (GSI) that overcomes these limitations and allows companies to be ranked in a transparent and pertinent manner.

Our goal is to build a global sustainability index to demonstrably increase trust in corporate and business sustainability data and, importantly, allow companies to be compared with others in the same sector driving consciousness and investment. In this way companies working to develop win-win scenarios can be clearly identified (and recognized / rewarded) and those attempting greenwashing exposed.

To this end, the GSI will benefit business leaders’ decisions as well as economic and political relations, and consequently the global economy – not to mention society as a whole.

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info@mediatenor.com (Natalie Davidson) Reports Thu, 28 Jan 2016 13:14:58 +0000
Integration Index 2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/853/integration-index-2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/853/integration-index-2016 Integration Index 2016

“Hardly a day goes by without migration hitting the headlines somewhere in the world. However, too often the media tends to focus on the negative aspects of migration. One recent study of 58,000 migration news stories, conducted by re-searchers at the University of Oxford, found that the most common word used to describe immigrants was “illegal”, even though by far the majority of migrants enter and reside legally. It was also found that the most common modifi er of asylum seekers was the word “failed”. It was also typical for journalists to use words such as “terrorist” when reporting on migration stories, stoking fears that migration could be linked to terrorism.

Many studies show that the media tends to focus on illegality, crisis, controversy and government failure. When you read a newspaper or watch TV today you are likely to get the impression that there are too many migrants who steal the jobs of locals, depress wages, and place an unfair burden on the welfare system. Media coverage has an important impact on public perceptions of migration and the way in which policy debates are framed. The media can select which topics to present and what issues to highlight. Poor public perceptions of migrants restrict the ability of politicians to develop realistic and evidence-based policies to manage migration and integration.

How can we correct this negative portrayal of migration? What can be done to change the way in which we communicate about migration?” Laura Thompson

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info@mediatenor.com (Natalie Davidson) Reports Thu, 28 Jan 2016 13:07:32 +0000
Trust Meltdown VII http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/852/trust-meltdown-vii http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/852/trust-meltdown-vii Trust Meltdown VII

When the global economic crisis hit in 2007/2008 it seemed, at first, to be a sudden event, not the start of a long-term change in the way we view our key corporate, governmental, and social institutions. Unfortunately, that crisis ushered in the start of the global trust meltdown, which has been exemplified by a loss of faith in banks, regulators, and governments.

Banks are now portrayed in the media with a level of negativity in line with industries that have been framed as posing an active risk to the lives of their customers and employees. Regulators are often viewed as ineffectual, while the quality of corporate evaluations from ratings agencies aren’t even examined.

Media Tenor’s Trust Meltdown VII provides a scientifi c perspective on the state of trust around the world. With analysis focused on North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, Trust Meltdown VII looks not just at causes, but at potential solutions. These include improved transparency and communications, a renewed focus on ESG that goes beyond green-washing, and the potential benefits of positive news.

Every year the trust meltdown continues presents lost opportunity, stability, and revenue. The ongoing nature of the trust meltdown also increases the amount of investment, work, and time it will take leading institutions and corporations to emerge from these conditions and return to benefitting to our social frameworks.

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info@mediatenor.com (Natalie Davidson) Reports Thu, 28 Jan 2016 12:59:50 +0000
Annual Dialogue Report 2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/851/annual-dialogue-report-2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/851/annual-dialogue-report-2016 Annual Dialogue Report 2016

“Our trust deficit is, to a large extent, the result of asymmetries in our world. The fact that so many are taking the trust bestowed on them for granted explains countless of these asymmetries. People in positions of authority abuse trust and break the rules, with no consequences. The deep sense of injustice that many feel, the sentiment of being excluded and not having the same opportunities as others, drives mistrust. And mistrust is one of the underlying factors that lead to extremism, terror and other expressions of frustration. If we do not honestly address the lack of trust as a basic driver of violence, we miss the point. We risk spiraling in the wrong direction when we respond to violence with more violence. By bombing those who have attacked us, we do not solve the problem but exacerbate it. This is what we need to correct now, because our future is at stake. We need to rebuild trust through egitimate leadership, justice and accountability so we all have institutions, systems and processes we can trust. We need to re-build trust in individuals so that they feel they belong to our community, that they make a difference and that they matter. This is the fundamental step toward creating the necessary virtuous circle where trust leads to responsibility and response.”

Michael Møller
Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva

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info@mediatenor.com (Natalie Davidson) Reports Tue, 26 Jan 2016 13:10:06 +0000
Africa Growth Report 2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/849/africa-growth-report-2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/849/africa-growth-report-2016 Africa Growth Report 2016

“The importance of positive economic and trade relations, as well as infrastructure development, in ensuring the Africa Rising story becomes the dominant narrative about our continent, cannot be overemphasized. When countries grow by, amongst others, attracting increased foreign direct investment because of their competitiveness, the citizens of the country benefit socio-economically. As a country develops in this way, it’s brand changes. The development of positive national brands on the continent will be critical to overhauling the current images and perceptions associated with our continent. This is directly related to the reputation of our countries and therefore our continent.”

Ambassador Kingsley Makhubela
CEO of Brand SA

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info@mediatenor.com (Natalie Davidson) Reports Tue, 26 Jan 2016 12:50:41 +0000
Global Agenda Index 2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/921/global-agenda-index-2016 http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/921/global-agenda-index-2016 Global Agenda Index 2016

Free download: Media Tenor’s new Global Agenda Index (GAI) breaks new ground in the crucial field of scenario analysis. It is a multi-year project that combines elite scenario polling with proven methods of content analysis of media reports, think tank websites and corporate documents. In partnership with the United Nations Academic Impact program and Erasmus University, Media Tenor has developed a data-based methodology to uncover and minimize sources of bias and distortion in scenario-building. Offering a truly global perspective, the Global Agenda Index will be the go-to source for policymakers, business leaders, journalists and academics for scenarios and trend forecasts that are significantly more reliable than today.

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info@mediatenor.com (Natalie Davidson) Reports Wed, 02 Mar 2016 12:30:15 +0000
Constructive News- Revised Third Edition- Ulrik Haagerup http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/654/constructive-news-revised-third-edition-ulrik-haagerup http://de.mediatenor.com/de/bibliothek/berichte/654/constructive-news-revised-third-edition-ulrik-haagerup Constructive News- Revised Third Edition- Ulrik Haagerup

Conflicts, drama, crooks and victims. That’s news. This is our world. Or is it? This first international book on constructive news shows the consequences of media negativity: To people, to the press itself, to the public debate and to democracy. Provocative and engaging executive director of DR News, Ulrik Haagerup, demonstrates how a paradigm shift in news content has succeeded at Danish Broadcaster DR by changing bad news habits and making journalism more meaningful. Constructive News is both a wake up call to a media world struggling for a future and an inspirational handbook on the next mega trend in journalism. A good story doesn’t have to be a bad story…

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info@mediatenor.com (Natalie Davidson) Reports Mon, 13 Jul 2015 06:41:10 +0000