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Media Talks: How (not) to cover? Come back with the topic on extremism

8 June 2021
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Media Talks: How (not) to cover? Come back with the topic on extremism

On 14 June at 17:00 the series of webinars “Media Talks: How (not) to cover” will have the second session dedicated to the coverage of extremism.

The event is supported by the Embassy of Germany to Georgia. Invited speakers from Germany and Georgia will discuss the following:

  • How to cover extremist groups?
  • What to do if extremist content appears in live coverage?
  • How to cover gunmen?
  • What is the responsibility of the journalist while using the material created by the assailant?

Attendance at the event is open to all public. However, the series of webinars specifically target current and future journalists as well as other media actors. Pre-registered participants attending most of the events (80%), will receive the certificates of attendance.

 

SPEAKERS:

Nana Biganishvili – Member of the Council of Journalistic Ethics of Georgia, one of the founders and editor in chief at Investigative Journalism Platform - "Studia Monitori".

Roman Portack - Executive Director of the Press Council of Germany (Deutscher Presserat)

The Media Talk is hosted by Mariam Gogosashvili, Executive Director of the Charter of Journalistic Ethics of Georgia.

Registration link:https://bit.ly/3wnceGr

Link to the event (for all persons): https://bit.ly/3uWR6WA

About “Media Talks: How (not) to cover?”

The series of webinars co-organised by the Council of Europe and Charter of Journalistic Ethics of Georgia advise the media on how to cover sensitive and challenging topics.

In general, up to 10 short webinars will be broadcast live on the Council of Europe and the Charter of Journalistic Ethics social media platforms. Each webinar will cover sensitive or challenging topics faced by journalists (stories on children, religion, demonstrations, LGBTQ persons etc.). The event will guide participants on how to ensure ethical coverage avoiding strengthening stereotypes or causing re-traumatisation and multiplication of the violence.

Each topic of the “Media Talks” will be announced in advance.

The project is supported by the Council of Europe member States’ Embassies contributing to the Council of Europe Action Plan for Georgia 2020-2023.

This series of webinars is organised by the Council of Europe Project “Strengthening Freedom of Media, Internet Governance and Personal Data Protection” in the framework of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Georgia 2020-2023.