Acting as a trusted third party

A trusted third party provides neutral thinking and a wider context. Precedents from similar situations shed new light. Practices in other countries provide a fresh insights.

Example situations are:

  • Gut checks on complex journalistic, ethics and management issues
  • Investigations of how journalistic errors occurred and how they can be prevented in the future
  • Audits for senior management or board governance
  • Management of actual or potential conflicts of interest


  • Written notes or a full report, as circumstances warrant
  • Interviews, briefings, or presentations as required