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Ukr-Media   Promoting European Standards in the Ukrainian Media Environment
Showing only one 'Project Purpose'
01/09/2008 - 31/12/2012
JP Completed  
Coordinating DG:
Directorate General of Human Rights and Rule of Law
2 488 918
Intervention Logic Performance Indicators Sources of Verification Assumptions
Overall Objectives
(275 Activities)
To raise standards of journalism with a view to ensuring that the Ukrainian public is better informed about political and social processes in Ukraine and provide continuing support to the process of enhancing the media legislative framework.

Noticeable progress towards a more independent and impartial coverage of events of public interest, making the public service broadcaster a more credible source of information for the public public.

Number of laws and regulations adopted or amended in accordance with Council of Europe standards.
 

CoE mission reports.
Reports of different CoE structures.
Reports of NGOs and other IGOs.
Judgements delivered by national courts.
Reports on follow up given to the legislative expertises.
Feedback from the beneficiaries.
Interim and Final Narrative Reports.
 

Political stability.
Public authorities are willing to apply and respect CoE standards.
Media professional are not impeded in the exercise of their profession and are willing and able to apply professional standards of quality in their day-to-day work. 
Project Purpose 1      2008/DGHL/JP/2113   Promotion of European Standards in the Ukrainian Media Environment 0 
(250 Activities)
To raise standards of journalism with a view to ensuring that the Ukrainian public is better informed about political and social processes in Ukraine and provide continuing support to the process of enhancing the legislative framework for media. To develop an effective system for the protection of personal data.
Noticeable progress towards a more independent and impartial coverage of events of public interest, making the public service broadcaster a more credible source of information for the public public.

Number of laws and regulations adopted or amended in accordance with Council of Europe standards.
 
CoE mission reports.
Reports of different CoE structures.
Reports of NGOs and other IGOs.
Judgements delivered by national courts.
Reports on follow up given to the legislative expertises.
Feedback from the beneficiaries.
Interim and Final Narrative Reports.
 
Political stability.
Public authorities are willing to apply and respect CoE standards.
Media professional are not impeded in the exercise of their profession and are willing and able to apply professional standards of quality in their day-to-day work.
 
Expected Result 1.1
(70 Activities)
Media legislation is developed in line with European norms and standards.

Number of laws and regulations adopted or amended in accordance with Council of Europe standards.

Reports on follow up given to the legislative expertises.
 
Political stability.
Public authorities are willing to apply and respect CoE standards.
Expected Result 1.2
(30 Activities)
The legal framework and institutional capacity of a Public Service Broadcaster is developed and draft Digital Broadcasting Strategy for Ukraine produced

Public Service Broadcaster is created
Strategy for the introduction of digital broadcasting is adopted and applied
The European Convention on Transfrontier Television is ratified

CoE reports
Strategy for the introduction of digital broadcasting is developed
Ratification of the European Convention on Transfrontier Television
 
Political stability.
Public authorities are willing to apply and respect CoE standards.
Expected Result 1.3
(39 Activities)
Journalists and editorial staff develop professional working methods on the basis of best practices in Europe

Standardised code of ethics produced and publicised

Code of ethics introduced as part of journalists' contracts
 
Media professional are willing and able to apply professional standards of quality in their day-to-day work.
Expected Result 1.4
(1 Activity)
Enhanced understanding of ethics among media professionals and information available about corruption in the sector

Accurate assessment of the situation regarding corruption

CoE mission reports.
Reports of different CoE structures.
Reports of NGOs and other IGOs.
 
Media professional are willing and able to apply professional standards of quality in their day-to-day work.
Expected Result 1.5
(9 Activities)
Progress towards the establishment of a self-regulatory mechanism for the media sector

Media circles are informed about self-regulation mechanisms
Handbook on self-regulation is produced
A medium-term strategic development plan for a National Press Club is drafted

Handbook on self-regulation is distributed to all interested groups

Reports of the National Press Club
 
Media professional are willing and able to apply professional standards of quality in their day-to-day work.
Expected Result 1.6
(96 Activities)
Improvements in the mechanisms for co-operation and dialogue between journalists, civil society representatives and state officials

Media/state relations/civil society isimproved in 4-5 oblasts/regions
A manual with the case studies from these pilot projects is produced and distributed
Presentation on the pilot results held for decision makers in Kiev with recommendations for improved collaboration on policy formulation

CoE reports
 
Public authorities and media professional are willing and able to apply professional standards of quality in their day-to-day work.
Expected Result 1.7
(24 Activities)
Regulatory practices for the protection of personal data are aligned with the European standards

On-line guidance for different stakeholders as regards the implementation of the law on the protection of personal data is developed
A Code of Conduct for the media sector as regards the implementation of the law on protection of personal data is developed
Collisions between the access to information law and the data protection law are avoided

Regulatory texts
CoE reports
Reports of NGOs
Expert analyses and reports
 
A law on the protection of personal data in line with European standards is passed by the Ukrainian Parliament
Public authorities are willing to cooperate in applying the CoE standards



 
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