full text As representatives of the Georgian media we recognize and acknowledge the liability to protect the principles listed below, and the responsibly related to the aforementioned liabilities. Within the framework of Georgian legislation, we consider these professional issues as the authority of our own colleagues and exclude any interference on the part of the government or any other power in the realization of the given authority.
The Charter’s council addresses law enforcing institutions and requests that the case of “disappearance” of Azerbaijani activist and journalist Afgan Mukhtarli is investigated urgently. As his friends say, Afgan Mukhtarli has not been seen since 29th of May. He has been living in Georgia for the past 2 years. Because he has a critiquing view [&hellip
Tbilisi, 13 April 2017. The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics with the support of UNICEF is resuming monitoring of reporting on children in the Georgian media. The objective of the media monitoring is to review materials on children’s issues published by electronic, online and print media and analyze their compliance with child rights, ethical norms [&hellip
The monitoring of the media of six Eastern Partnership countries and Russia was carried out from June 6 to July 3, 2016, in the framework of the project “Joining Efforts and Skills to Confront Propaganda”, supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and the Secretariat of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society [&hellip
The 8th general meeting of the Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics was held December 24, 2016 at Tbilisi Marriott hotel. Annual reports were presented by the executive director and chairman of the revision commission. The members listened to the director’s account on the yearly activities implemented by the Charter. The annual report was also handed [&hellip
At the annual meeting of the Charter members winners of Charter Prize 2016 were revealed: Best article- Tamuna Uchidze– Disputed Burial Ground (Southern Gate) Best multimedia project- Netgazeti, project “Invisibles” Best journalistic investigation- Nino Ramishili, Giorgi Mgeladze – Agent Provocateur at the Service of Government 2 (Studio Monitor) Comprehensive coverage of children’s issues- School Education [&hellip
“The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections…” (The Universal Declaration of Human Rights) We … [Read More...]
Dear colleagues, Signees and non-signees, The Charter of Journalistic Ethics offers you: Apply any time if, working on any kind of material, you doubt whether the dissemination in any form of … [Read More...]