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Self-regulation

Pursuant to Article 14 of the Law of Georgia on Broadcasting and the Code of Conduct of Broadcasters adopted by the Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC) in 2009, broadcasters are obliged to establish an efficient complains mechanism for considering customers’ complaints.

If  a broadcaster breaches the Code of Conduct, apply to us through filling out a provided questionnaire and the Media Development Foundation, MDF will present your complaint in a broadcaster's self-regulation body.
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Statements

  • Posted on: 02 Aug 2018

    Statement of the For Euro-Atlantic

    The developments that have taken place in the Euro-Atlantic space in the past several years create a suitable geostrategic environment for acceleratin...See More

  • Posted on: 25 Jul 2018

    Joint statement by non-governmental

    We, the undersigned organizations, would like to once again comment on the process of the investigation that was carried out and continues regarding t...See More

  • Posted on: 20 Jun 2018

    Comments of nongovernmental and med

    We appreciate the importance of the initiative to create a legislative framework for the development of media literacy in Georgia and the willingnes...See More

  • Posted on: 02 Jun 2018

    NGOS URGE AUTHORITIES TO FUNDAMENTA

    Human rights organizations are closely following the mass protest in Tbilisi and other cities in recent days and declare their solidarity with Saralid...See More

  • Posted on: 01 May 2018

    NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS DEMA

    The Parliament of Georgia, the representative body of the people, must play a decisive role in establishing the human rights standards and monitoring ...See More

  • Posted on: 25 Apr 2018

    Statement of the “No to Phobia!” ci

    The initiative submitted to the Parliament of Georgia by MP Emzar Kvitsiani, which provides for criminal liability for "insults to religious feelings”...See More

  • Posted on: 21 Apr 2018

    Statement concerning the case of Ru

    Signatory organizations responding to the information published by Rustavi 2, concerning the Georgian government’s request submitted to the European C...See More

  • Posted on: 20 Apr 2018

    Joint Statement of No To Phobia Civ

    We negatively assess the approval of the Gender Equality Council 2018-2020 Action Plan on April 17, 2018 by the Parliament of Georgia, as, on the one ...See More

  • Posted on: 09 Apr 2018

    Joint Statement of No to Phobia Civ

    The attack on black students in the evening of April 8 in Dighmis Masivi is extremely alarming. Video of the event shows racist statements and motiv...See More

  • Posted on: 05 Apr 2018

    Coalition for Euro-Atlantic Georgia

    The Coalition for Euro-Atlantic Georgia welcomes and supports the Georgian Government's peace initiative – Step Towards a Better Future, elaborated wi...See More

  • Posted on: 21 Mar 2018

    Statement of civil platform “NO to

    We would like to react on March 19 developments taken place at the building of Rustavi 2 and call on law-enforcement bodies...See More

  • Posted on: 13 Mar 2018

    Georgian Government's policy toward

    The Coalition for Euro-Atlantic Georgia would like to respond to the recent discussion among the public concerning Georgian-Russian relations as wel...See More