On February 24, discussion "Best practices of mass media self-regulation in Ukraine and in the world"
On February 24, an online discussion “Best practices of mass media self-regulation in Ukraine and in the world” organized by the Center for Democracy and the Rule of Law and the Independent Media Council.
Students and teachers of the faculties of journalism and law are invited to take part in.
Issues to be discussed during the event:
-Ukrainian and international experience of self-regulation;
-how self-regulatory bodies work;
-how self-regulation helps mass media to remain independent, adhere to high journalistic standards, and how it works in the context of content moderation.
The experts will also consider several practical cases dealing with violations of journalistic standards and information legislation by the Ukrainian media that had been considered by the Independent Media Council.
Andriy Kulikov, Chairman of the Commission on Journalism Ethics, journalist, presenter, Chairman of the Board of Hromadske Radio;
-Olena Golub, expert of the Institute of Mass Information, head of the monitoring department, secretary of the Independent Media Council;
-Tetyana Avdeeva, lawyer at the Center for Democracy and the Rule of Law;
-Pavlo Moiseev, media expert, secretary of the Independent Media Council;
-Lyudmila Pankratova, Executive Director of the Institute for Regional Press Development, Member of the Independent Media Council.
Taras Petrov, President of the “Suspilnist” Foundation, Member of the Independent Media Council.
The persons who are willing to participate in the round table need to fill out the form which is available at the link .
The event will take place from 16:00 to 18:00 on the Zoom platform.