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Media Pluralism Monitor: preliminary results for Malta
March 9, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Event organised by the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) of the European University Institute (EUI) in a cooperation with the Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences (MAKS) at the University of Malta.
The aim of the event is to present the latest results of the Media Pluralism Monitor for Malta, and to encourage a multi-stakeholders discussion about vulnerable aspects of Maltese media system and about wider challenges for freedom of expression and journalism in EU. The Media Pluralism Monitor is a holistic tool regularly applied to assess the state of play of media pluralism and media freedom in the European Union Member States and Candidate Countries.
The Monitor covers legal, economic and social-political conditions related to basic protection of freedom of expression, access to information, status of journalists; transparency and concentration of media ownership; political independence of media, especially of public service media, and editorial autonomy; it further evaluates access to media for different social groups such as minorities, people with disabilities, and women; as well as media literacy in a given country.
- 17.00 Welcome – Prof. Noellie Brockdorff, Dean, Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences, University of Malta
- 17.10 Introduction – Prof. Pier Luigi Parcu, Director, Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom: Media Pluralism Monitor in EU 28 and Candidate Countries
- 17.25 Iva Nenadic, Research Associate, Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom: Media Pluralism Monitor 2017: results for Malta
- 17.45 Anna Herold, Head of Unit of the Audiovisual & Media Policy Unit, DG CONNECT, European Commission: EU actions to foster Media Freedom and Pluralism
- 18.00 Ricardo Gutiérrez, General Secretary, European Federation of Journalists: Status, safety and journalists’ freedom
- 18.15 Ramona Toma, Legal adviser for the Council of Europe Platform to Promote the Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists, Directorate of Policy Planning, Council of Europe: The Council of Europe Platform to Promote the Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists: main functionalities, aims and impact
- 18.30 Discussion
- 19.15 Closing remarks
- 19.30 Aperitivo
- Moderator: Rev. Dr. Joseph Borg, Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences