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Ethical Journalism Forum

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Ethical journalism handbook cover

This forum will mark the end of the Inter-Ethnic Dialogue in the Media Community Project, which the Association of Journalists of the country has been implementing over the past five months and the target groups of which have been the Council of Honor, the journalists and journalism students, the TV news desks, as well as the commercial media news desks, and certainly the wider public.

The forum will also promote a new ethical journalism handbook, product of journalism experts Tamara Causidis and Zoran Bojarovski, and experiences with the results from the project will be shared by members of the Council of Honor, students and their mentors in the process of student internship.

This activity is carried out with technical support from UNESCO within the framework of the United Nations Joint Programme to Enhance Inter-Ethnic Community Dialogue and Collaboration, implemented with financial support from the Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund (MDG-F).


Type of Event Working group
Start 17.05.2012 12:00 local time
End 17.05.2012 14:00 local time
Date to be fixed 0
Focal point Naskova, Zojka
Contact Zojka Naskova at z.naskova@unesco.org
Country The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
City Skopje
Venue Delegation of the European Union – EU Info Centre
Permanent Delegation Contact
Major Programme
Language of Event English
Estimated number of participants
Official Website
Link 1 MDG-F The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Enhancing Inter-Ethnic Community Dialogue and Collaboration
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