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29 March 2020

Activity Details (ID# 23590)  

 
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Title Study visit “Best practices in regulation of broadcast media: experience of the Netherlands” for delegation of the National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council of Ukraine, The Hague, The Netherlands 
Description Best regulatory practices in the broadcast media sector were promoted via a study mission of the National Broadcasting Council of Ukraine to their peer institutions in the Netherlands on 18-21 April 2011.

In the course of the visit 11 members of the Ukrainian delegation met with the representatives of the Commissariaat voor de Media, the Netherlands Institute for Classification of Audiovisual Media (NICAM), the media department of Ministry of Education, Culture and Science as well as Agentschap Telecom. 
Status Completed 
Date 17/04/2011 - 22/04/2011 
Location Hague, Netherlands
Countries CoE Members: Ukraine
  Bilateral
Contributors Netherlands - Hosting
  Joint Programme Activity - Ukr-Media
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP Ukr-Media - Promoting European Standards in the Ukrainian Media Environment    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2008/DGHL/JP/2113   Promotion of European Standards in the Ukrainian Media Environment
Expected Result 1.3 - Journalists and editorial staff develop professional working methods on the basis of best practices in Europe
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Democracy
Line of Action ⇒ III.3 – Promoting Democratic Governance and Stability
Programme ☆ III.3.2  Good governance, Internet and Media

Working Method

Visits - Study Visit 
Directorate (Service) Human Rights and Legal Affairs (Standards - Public and Private Law Unit)
CoE Contact DERVISAGIC, Lejla   email
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1 http://www.nrada.gov.ua/ua/news/radanews/1303825966.html
2 http://www.nrada.gov.ua/ua/news/radanews/1303214635.html
3 http://www.nrada.gov.ua/ua/news/radanews/1303139679.html
4 http://www.nrada.gov.ua/ua/news/radanews/1303208901.html
5 http://www.nrada.gov.ua/ua/  
Last Modified 20/12/2011 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 23590) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) Best regulatory practices in the broadcast media sector were promoted via a study mission of the National Broadcasting Council of Ukraine to their peer institutions in the Netherlands on 18-21 April 2011
The purpose of the study visit was to get participants aquinted with the regulatory approaches to protection of minors, coordinating the switchover from analogue to digital broadcasting, as well as the implementation of co-regulation and self-regulation mechanisms


 
Output/Results In the course of the visit 11 members of the Ukrainian delegation met with the representatives of the Commissariaat voor de Media, the Netherlands Institute for Classification of Audiovisual Media (NICAM), the media department of Ministry of Education, Culture and Science as well as Agentschap Telecom. The regulatory approaches to protection of minors, coordinating the switchover from analogue to digital broadcasting, as well as the implementation of co-regulation and self-regulation mechanisms were the lead themes of the visit. The presentations of the Dutch experts were also instrumental as regards raising awareness of the AVMS Directive. Being an element of the EU-Ukraine Association Agenda, this document is now an important guideline for the Ukrainian broadcasting sector stakeholders.

The presentations of the Dutch experts were also instrumental as regards raising awareness of the AVMS Directive. Being an element of the EU-Ukraine Association Agenda, this document is now an important guideline for the Ukrainian broadcasting sector stakeholders.

 
Conclusions/Follow Up Follow-up: the Ukrainian media regulator expressed a strong interest in the Dutch methodology for classifying audiovisual media. The possibility to transpose the best practices, acquired in the course of the study visit, into the Ukrainian context was discussed with more than 100 stakeholders during the round table on children’s broadcasting, organized by the National Broadcasting Council on 1 June 2011. This experience may also be applied in the course of the new co-regulation project of the National Broadcasting Council and OSCE, launched at a conference held on 14 June 2011, where the Dutch experience was presented by the Ukrainian regulatory authority. . 
Participants 11 representatives from the National Broadcasting Council of Ukraine 
Consultants/Experts  
CoE Secretariat  
Total No. Participants 11 
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20/12/2011 




 
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