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Commission on Journalism Ethics (Ukraine)

Commission on Journalism Ethics is a body for regulating the work of journalists and editorial teams in Ukraine. The Сommission was founded on September 16, 2001 and consists of 14 Members. The famous Ukrainian journalist Andriy Kulykov heads the Commission since 2016.

Commission on Journalism Ethics – is a corporate civil society, considering the conflict of ethical and professional nature arising in the journalistic community and between the community and the public in connection with their professional duty journalists.

The Commission considers ethical conflicts as a journalist at the request and at the request of other individuals and entities interested in the ethical assessment of specific professional journalist, editor, founder or owner of the media or public authority that is competent in the field of media. The Commission makes a decision based on the legislation of Ukraine and Code of Ethics Ukrainian journalist.

Commission on Journalism Ethics (Ukraine)

01001, Kyiv, Khreshchatyk str., 27а

The development of this website was supported by the Council of Europe through the project “Promote professional and responsible journalism by supporting regional network of self-regulatory bodies”

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