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Moldova-Media   Promoting media freedom and pluralism in the Republic of Moldova
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Narrative (Work Plan)
17/12/2016 - 16/12/2018
JP Active  
Coordinating DG:
Directorate General of Human Rights and Rule of Law
600 000
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    Intervention Logic Performance Indicators Sources of Verification Assumptions
    Overall Objectives To strengthen the legal and institutional guarantees for a pluralistic media landscape in the Republic of Moldova
     

     

     
    Project Purpose 1      2016/DG I/JP/3328   Promoting media freedom and pluralism in the Republic of Moldova 600 000 
    (0 Activities) Narrative
    To strengthen or establish legal and institutional guarantees for a pluralistic media landscape in the Republic of Moldova, with a specific focus on the Russian speaking mass-media and EU related aspects.
    Increase of the number of legal and political or other activities that address the recognition of Council of Europe standards in the field of freedom of expression and information, notably in the following areas: concentration and transparency of media ownership, digital switch-over and public service broadcasting.

    Increase of the number of trained media professionals on CoE standards in this field.

    Increase of the number of TV and radio programmes produced by public service broadcastert that are in line with coe standards.


     
    National legal framework

    CoE meeting reports

    List of participants

    Monitoring reports of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) Monitoring Committee;

    OSCE/ODIHR assessment reports;
    Independent expert and NGOs reports

    Media watchdog reports
     
    Political stability;
    Political will to amend the legal framework and to promote freedom of expression;
    Willingness of public authorities and media professionals to co-operate;
     
    Expected Result 1.1 The regulatory framework relevant to freedom of expression and media pluralism is aligned with Council of Europe standards to ensure transparency of media ownership and prevent excessive concentration.
    At least 5 laws and other regulations are revised to be in line with Council of Europe standards

    At least 50 Number legal professionals and public officials, law-makers, including from regulatory bodies, are trained and involved in revising the legislation

    National legal framework and publication of normative texts

    CoE meeting and mission reports

    List of participants

    Websites of coe and governmental authorities

    Monitoring reports of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) Monitoring Committee;

    OSCE/ODIHR assessment reports;
    Independent expert and NGOs reports

    Expert reports

    Reports of local media associations
    Media and international watchdogs reports such as Article 19 and IFEX
     
    Political stability

    Political will to guarantee the right to freedom of expression and information;
    All relevant actors agree to cooperate in the name of this right;
    Political will to guarantee the regulator's independence;

    Willingness of the regulatory body (members and staff) to cooperate with the implementing organisation;

    Media professionals understand and accept the role of professionalism for the development of a pluralistic media landscape.
    Expected Result 1.2 The digital switch-over is implemented in accordance with best European practice while promoting media pluralism.
    Law and regulations on digital switch-over are drafted and/or revised in accordance with relevant European standards

    25 employees from regulatory bodies are trained

    National legal framework and publication of normative texts

    CoE meeting and mission reports

    List of participants

    Websites of coe and governmental authorities

    Monitoring reports of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) Monitoring Committee;

    OSCE/ODIHR assessment reports;
    Independent expert and NGOs reports

    Expert reports

    Reports of local media associations
    Media and international watchdogs reports such as Article 19 and IFEX
     
    Political stability

    Political will to guarantee the right to freedom of expression and information;

    All relevant actors agree to cooperate in the name of this right;

    Political will to guarantee the regulator's independence;

    Willingness of the regulatory body (members and staff) to cooperate with the implementing organisation;

    Media professionals understand and accept the role of professionalism for the development of a pluralistic media landscape.
    Expected Result 1.3 The public service broadcasters’ supervisory bodies are more independent, transparent and efficient.
    At least 20 members and staff of the public service broadcasters’ supervisory bodies are trained

    At least 5 joint working meetings of the public service broadcasters’ supervisory bodies are organised

    CoE meeting and mission reports

    List of participants

    Websites of coe and governmental authorities

    Monitoring reports of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) Monitoring Committee;

    OSCE/ODIHR assessment reports;
    Independent expert and NGOs reports

    Expert reports

    Reports of local media associations
    Media and international watchdogs reports such as Article 19 and IFEX
     
    Political stability

    Political will to guarantee the right to freedom of expression and information;

    All relevant actors agree to cooperate in the name of this right;
    Political will to guarantee the regulator's independence;

    Willingness of the regulatory body (members and staff) to cooperate with the implementing organisation;

    Media professionals understand and accept the role of professionalism for the development of a pluralistic media landscape.
    Expected Result 1.4 To improve the professionalism of public service broadcasters when covering political and social issues in a manner that is unbiased, trustworthy and accurate and when
    producing quality programmes for various segments of the public.

    Around a 100 of media professionals from public service broadcasters are trained

    TRM’s Training Centre is established and is functional

    Around 5 new training modules for media professionals from public service broadcasters are developed within TRM’s Training Centre

    Around 20 TV and radio programmes about EU policies and Moldova’s integration process are produced and broadcasted

    At least 5 TV and Radio programmes of Teleradio-Gagauzia are improved in line with international best practices

    The multimedia unit of Teleradio-Gagauzia established and is functional

    CoE meeting and mission reports

    List of participants

    Websites of coe and governmental authorities

    Monitoring reports of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) Monitoring Committee;

    OSCE/ODIHR assessment reports;
    Independent expert and NGOs reports

    Expert reports
     
    Political stability

    Political will to guarantee the right to freedom of expression and information;

    All relevant actors agree to cooperate in the name of this right;
    Political will to guarantee the regulator's independence;

    Willingness of the regulatory body (members and staff) to cooperate with the implementing organisation;

    Media professionals understand and accept the role of professionalism for the development of a pluralistic media landscape.



     
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