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Experts raise questions at UNESCO headquarters: “Why is journalism increasingly target of criticism?”

 

Under this large and very topical interrogation, UNESCO organized, in its headquarters in Paris, on 23rd March two round table discussions divided up into four sessions, led by over twenty panelists and hundreds of participants, including experts, media decision-makers, researchers, public policies makers, ambassadors to UNESCO, heads of regulatory bodies, professional unions, human rights NGOs…


 
Signature at the HACA of a convention for culture of gender equality in media

HACA, UN-Women and UNESCO signed, on Monday 13th March 2017 at the High Authority’s headquarters in Rabat, a convention to promote the culture of men-women equality in and through the audiovisual media.



 
Under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohamed VI, the HACA organizes the first Summit of African and Ibero-american regulators

Under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohamed VI, the HACA organizes from the 16th to the 18th of March the first Summit of African and Ibero-american audiovisual media regulators, with the participation of 60 members representing 14 Instances of African countries and 8 from Ibero-american zone.


 
The BBC shares with HACA its experience of audiovisual regulation and archives

 

In its constant and earnest bid to share an exploratory and anticipatory reflection on the models of regulation at the international level, the High Authority for Audiovisual Communication (HACA) hosted, on November 24 and 25, 2015, managers from the BBC, in the framework of a study event about “Regulation and public service in UK” on one hand, and a technical workshop on “Managing audiovisual archives in the BBC”, on the other hand.


 
Under the High Patronage of His Majesty the King Mohammed VI, the High Authority for Audiovisual Communication (HACA), organize, on May 24, 25 and 26, 2013, at the Mohammed VI Conference Center in Skhirat, in partnership with the International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication (ORBICOM), the International Days on « Cultural and linguistic diversity, Richness and freedom, Regulation and creativity ».

This meeting aims at leading a common reflection on different approaches of managing diversity with its multiple references and models, its input in media contents and also the related practical mechanisms and experiences. It will be an opportunity to discover some expertise and recommendations at the international level, besides practical experiences inherent to some regional and national contexts.

  The HACA publishes its final report on the respect of pluralistic expression of currents of thought and opinion in the audiovisual media during the referendum of 2011

 

  Briefing of June 29, 2011: Mid-phase report on the respect of pluralistic expression of currents of thought and opinion in the audiovisual media during the referendum 2011
 
  Recommendation of the CSCA n° 1-11 of June 16, 2011 relating to the guarantee of pluralistic expression of currents of thought and opinion in the audiovisual media during the period of the consultation for the referendum of 2011