International Programme for the Development of Communication
IPDCs purpose is to strengthen media development and media pluralism worldwide
UNESCO supports new ethical guidelines and self-regulation for the media
Meeting in Sarajevo in November 2021 press councils from South East Europe and Turkey adopted the regions first joint declaration calling for the strengthening of media ethics in the evolving digital information ecosystem
Building Content-Rich Experiences Into Virtual Events in 2022 | wtv.
WTV designs and manages the widest range of hybrid and virtual events for many of the worlds largest organisations including the World Bank GAVI HSBC BP Bank of England UK Government Swiss Government PWC Deloitte UNICEF Medecins Sans Frontieres UNESCO and a wide range of NGOs WTV provides a complete handson project management of live virtual events delivering more than 2000 live virtual events a year combining live virtual event production creative content and leading technology platforms to create awardwinning events
UNESCO: The business model of the news media is broken; our fundamental right to information at risk
A New UNESCO report examining global trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development from 20162021 highlights the existential threat social media now poses to the very survival of the professional news media In the last five years both news audiences and advertising revenues have migrated in vast numbers to internet platforms