Regulatory Authorities

Protoocol against corruption

Concerned about the adverse and destabilizing affects of corruption throughout the world on the culture, economic, social and political foundations of society; noting that corruption is a serious international problem […]

Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) Gender Policy

The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) is an independent statutory body, which became operational on 1 November 2003 following the merger of the Tanzania Communications Commission and the Tanzania Broadcasting

Media Council of Tanzania Gender Code of Ethics

The Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) recognises the importance of freedom of expression as the cornerstone of a participatory and functional democracy and that women and men in all their diversity have a right to be heard.

Submission to the AAA Code of Advertising Practise for Mauriti

On 15 October 2007 GL and MWO-GEMSA launched the study “Gender and Advertising in Southern Africa” followed by a half day workshop on the findings of this study in relation to the AAA Code, currently being reviewed. The following is a summary of the observations and recommendations made by the workshop, which comprised five representatives of AAA member organisations; graphic designers; members of MWO-GEMSA and the Executive Director of Gender Links.

Press Council of Botswana Gender Code of Ethics

Members of the Press Council of Botswana recognise that gender equality is intrinsic to freedom of expression; that all women and men have the right to communicate their views, interests and needs, and that “giving voice to the voiceless” is critical to citizenship, participation, and responsive governance.

To Tell You the Truth: The Ethical Journalism Initiative

In dark times people need light and journalism at its best can provide it. Stories told with Style and attachment to the values of press freedom help people better understand the complex world in which we live. With this in mind journalists’ unions and associations have launched the Ethical Journalism Initiative, a global campaign to help journalists to reconnect to their mission.

September 25, 2009 Themes: Media Programs: Book | Legislation | Regulatory Authorities