• Call for best journalistic stories 2020

    Call for best journalistic stories 2020

    The Council of Media Ethics (CMEM) publishes a Call for Best Journalistic Stories related to the coronavirus pandemic ... Read more
  • CMEM is joining the UNESCO's World Press Freedom Day Campaign

    CMEM is joining the UNESCO's World Press Freedom Day Campaign

  • Journalism should be free of pressures and journalists responsible for their profession

    Journalism should be free of pressures and journalists responsible for their profession

    The Council of Media Ethics of Macedonia (CMEM), on the occasion of May 3rd, the World Press Freedom Day... Read more
  • The Council for Media Ethics (CMEM) is concerned about the frequent cases of unethical and unprofessional reporting

    The Council for Media Ethics (CMEM) is concerned about the frequent cases of unethical and unprofessional reporting

    About the spread of speculation in some media about the coronavirus pandemic, which could further increase public concern and anxiety based on inaccurate information and sensationalism. Read more
  • CMEM and AJM: The process of joining the Professional Online Media Registry remains open

    CMEM and AJM: The process of joining the Professional Online Media Registry remains open

    The Council of Media Ethics of Macedonia (CMEM) and the Association of Journalists of Macedonia (AJM) remind the media that the procedure for joining the Registry of Professional Online Media ... Read more
  • UNESCO welcomes press councils’ call for professional reporting on COVID-19 in South East Europe

    UNESCO welcomes press councils’ call for professional reporting on COVID-19 in South East Europe

    “Unprofessional reporting about COVID-19 leads to unnecessary fear and panic. It may be a bigger risk than the coronavirus itself,” alerted Marina Tuneva, Director of the Council of Media Ethics of Macedonia (CMEM). Read more
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Infographic – Statistics from the Press Complaints Commission for 2019

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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