On February 18 Council of the Journalistic Ethic Charter held meeting in Gurjaani. Journalists, members of non-governmental organizations and heads of municipalities attended the meeting. The meeting lasted 2 hours and participants discussed challenges and action plans of the Charter.
Gela Mtivlishvili, the head of Information Centre of Kakheti said that similar meetings help public workers and other interested people to get information about the activities of the Charter and how to apply to the Charter if they have some complaints on specific materials.
According to Giorgi Mgeladze, the head of council of the Journalistic Ethic Charter and journalist of Studio Monitor, it would be great if many people know about goals and tasks of the Charter; it will help media to achieve higher standards and journalists to make fewer mistakes during news reporting.
Journalistic Ethic Charters has 219 subscribers. Everyone can subscribe it who agrees with the Charter’s principles and is ready to follow them during professional activities.
Mikheil Mmamalashvili, Kakheti