• Media and journalists’ organizations demand unblocking of media reforms

    Media and journalists’ organizations demand unblocking of media reforms

    The Association of Journalist of Macedonia (AJM), the Council of Media Ethics of Macedonia (CMEM), the Independent Union of Journalists and Media Workers (SSNM) and the Macedonian Institute for Media are seriously concerned about the unreasonable delay in the procedure for appointment of members in the Council of the Agency of Audio and Audiovisual Media Services and the Program Council of the PSB Macedonian Radio and Television. Read more
  • Media Self Regulation – for Professional Media and Informed Public

    Media Self Regulation – for Professional Media and Informed Public

    The activity is supported by UNESCO and the EU within the project "Building Trust in Media in South East Europe and Turkey". Read more
  • CMEM, AJM, SSNM and MIM: We expect strong committment to media reforms

    CMEM, AJM, SSNM and MIM: We expect strong committment to media reforms

    CMEM, AJM, SSNM and MIM, on the occasion of celebration of the World Press Freedom Day, May 3d, would like to recall to the need for serious engagement of all relevant actors in undertaking the major reform steps in the media sector in the country. Read more
  • Conference of SEMM with the Ethic Councils from the region of the Balkans and Turkey

    Conference of SEMM with the Ethic Councils from the region of the Balkans and Turkey

    "The self-sustainability of the Ethic Councils - myth or reality for the Balkan region and Turkey" is the topic of today's regional conference organized by the Ethic Council in the Media of Macedonia (SEMM) in Skopje, in the presence of participants from the Ethic Councils from the neighboring countries. Read more
  • Debate on the Civic Involvement in the Media Self-Regulation

    Debate on the Civic Involvement in the Media Self-Regulation

    “Media Self-Regulation, Interest of the Public and Civic Involvement” is the topic of the debate organized in Ohrid today by the Council of Media Ethics of Macedonia (CMEM). Read more
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Infographic – Statistics from the Press Complaints Commission for 2018

CMEM

The Council of Media Ethics of Macedonia (CMEM) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organization, which brings its members together based on the principle of free will, in order to accomplish the goals and activities stated in the Statute. The Council bases its work on the principles of transparency and accountability and it freely promotes its views and opinions, takes initiatives and participates in building and upgrading of professional standards and ethics and their protection and promotion in the media in the country.

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CALL

CALL FOR BEST JOURNALISTIC STORIES

The Council of Media Ethics (CMEM) publishes a CALL FOR BEST JOURNALISTIC STORIES in the area of social life with a particular focus on the promotion of human rights and promotion of the rights of socially vulnerable and marginalized groups of citizens. The public call is open to all professional journalists and media who have published stories in the period from May 1, 2016 to May 31, 2017.
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Rules of operation of the Press Complaints Commission

Members of Commission

  • Mirce Adamcevski +

    President of the Press Complaints Commission
    adamcevski@semm.mk
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