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Table of Content:
1.Free expression spotlights
MONGOLIAN TELEVISION EDITOR BEATEN
Media Release: Mongolia July 13, 2006
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has expressed its shock and anger over news that editor of Nomin television, B.Tsevegmind, was beaten by unknown attackers outside of her offices on July 6, and hospitalized for treatment. Read more...
IFJ URGES MONGOLIAN AUTHIRITIES TO RESPECT JOURNALISTS' RIGHTS
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) urges Mongolian authorities to respect journalists’ rights after recent efforts to deny information to local media.
Globe International reports that on June 12, Chief Secretary of the Crime Prevention Council, G. Dashtudev, twice turned off a journalist’s tape recorder during a council meeting and ordered the two attending journalists to leave. Read more...
NEWS ON THE PRESS CONFERENCE
In the frame of the implementing project since last October "Monitoring free expression violations and supporting the rights of independent media" Globe International NGO organized the press conference "Monitoring free expression violation" on 22 June 2006. It was held at 11 am, at Conference room of the Mongolian Press Institute and took two hours and participated more than 30 people including Globe's region monitors. Read more...
Aiming to support the rights of the independent media so that Mongolian media achieve greater freedom to play a leading role in the development of democracy, the Globe International NGO has been implementing a project to monitor violations of free expression since last October.
We are implementing this project with financial support from London's Open Society Institute through OSF in Mongolia and in partnership with the Canadian-based International Free Expression Exchange (IFEX) and the Moscow Center for Journalists in Extreme Situations (CJES). Read more...
TV JOURNALIST ASSAULTED
(Globe International/IFEX) - On 6 July 2006, B. Tsevegmid, the editor of Nomin television station, northern Mongolian province of Orkhon, was beaten at the entrance of her building and had to be hospitalized for treatment. Before being attacked she had received many threats by telephone concerning an investigative television program, "Forbidden to watch," which covered the Erdenet mining industry employees' privatization vouchers. Read more...
RESTRICTION ON ACCESS TO INFORMATION
T. Bayartsogt, reporter for community radio Orkhon, was restricted in access to information about the activities of the Tsavchirt local lime processing company in the north Mongolian aimag of Darkhan-Uul as from May 24 2006 when he entered a company production site.
Company manager Sh. Munkhtsetseg invited a group of journalists from central and local media outlets, including TV and radio, to get a look at company operations, but she would not allow Bayartsogt to cover the event for his radio station. Read more...
REPORTERS WERE CENSORED
(Globe International) - On 12 June, 2006, S. Munkhdalai, a reporter for the community radio station Noyon Uul, and Uvurkhangai TV journalist G. Puntsagsuren, were denied information by G. Dashtudev, chief secretary of the Crime Prevention Council of the Mongolian Justice and Domestic Ministry. Read more...
FEMALE JOURNALIST HAS BEEN THREATENED
Female journalist S.Enkhtuul for the national newspaper Udriin sonin (Daily news) has been threatened for her published serial articles relating to sensational bankruptsy of some private savings and credits associations. Read more...
Globe International has started a project titled "State Secrecy and Freedom of Information"
Globe International has started a project titled "State Secrecy and Freedom of Information" under the funding of the US Embassy, Ulaanbaatar since July 1, 2006. The project aimed to encourage the state secrecy legislation reform will involve a full analysis of the deficiencies of the present state secrecy legislation in comparison with the similar laws of other countries in transition and a new draft of the state secrecy law that is consistent with the international standards of freedom of information.
MONTSAME NEWS AGENCY TURNS 85 YEARS
Ulaanbaatar, /MONTSAME/2006.07.09/. MONTSAME National News Agency of Mongolia is turning 85 years. The MONTSAME was founded on July 1921 by the government as MONTA--the Mongolian telegraph agency. One of the oldest organizations in the country, it began its activities on March 19, 1921 by reporting in Morse code the victory of the partisan troops of Sukhbaatar over the invaders. The foundation of the MONTSAME coincided with the stormy beginnings of a new historical era in Mongolia. Read more...
SURVEY ON JOURNALIST'S ETHICAL PRINCIPLE
Although the journalistic organizations of Mongolia have many journalistic ethical principles and codes ratified, there is no mechanism for those involved take account and responsibility and to control the realization of the ethical principles and codes.
On May 3, on the eve of the World Press Freedom Day, the Press Institute of Mongolia held a survey on journalists ethical principles. By observing the media publications and programming they tried to rate how journalists followed the above mentioned codes and principles within their respected work. There were 8 daily newspapers, 3 free newspapers, 6 television stations and 2 radio stations that participated in the survey and analyzed the news and publications at random. Read more...
3.Public radio and television
MONGOLIAN FIRST RADIO AND TELEVISION
The Birth of Mongolian first Public Broadcaster:
Jan, 27th 2005-The Law on Public Radio and Television was adopted
Jan, 1st 2006-The Law came into force. Read more...
SURVEY ON ETHICAL PRINCIPLES AMONG "MNPRTV" JOURNALISTS
130 journalists participated in the survey on "Ethic codes and self-regulation in the media". The survey was presented by Mr T. Batzorig, program director of MNPRTV, at the Meeting to Discuss Journalists' Ethic Code held in 6 June 2006. Read more...
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF NEW AND RESTORED DEMOCRACIES /ICNRD V/
In June 2, at the follow up conference to the ICNRD V, Mr. D. Lundeejantsan, Vice-Speaker, State Great Hural (Parliament) of Mongolia, stated that "The Parliament of Mongolia has recently passed the Law on Public Radio and Television to ensure independence of media and its role in consolidating democracy."
He also stressed "A significant measure to increase women's participation in decision-making was passed in the amendments to the Law on Parliamentary Elections in 2005. We believe that the legal requirement establishing a 30 percent quota for women of the total number of candidates nominated by parties and coalitionsfor parliamentary elections is Mongolia's contribution to implementing the recommedations of the Ulaanbaatar Declaration". Read more...
MNPR'S MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP TRAINING
On June 6-25, training on "Management and leadership," for the managers of Mongolian National Public Radio (MNPR), was held at the Mongolian Press Institute. During the training Swedish public radio professionals introduced the latest management tools and methods on how to run an organization effectively and on to motivate the staff of MNPR. Read more...
IT IS NECESSARY TO RAISE MEN'S GENDER ISSUES IN EDUCATION
Ongoing training for journalists on "Gender sensitive journalism," was held on May 25-26 and June 8, at the Mongolian Press Institute. During the training representatives of NGOs who work for human rights as well as researchers and teachers of the National University of Mongolian presented lectures on "Basic concepts of gender", "Regular concepts of gender in media and its consequences", "Media and types of gender discrimination." Journalists also participated in analyzing some media works and news related to these concepts.
The training was organized by the National Human Rights Commission, UN's project for supporting the realization of women's rights and Youth Development Gender Center. Read more...
COMMUNITY RADIO: A CATALYST FOR CHANGE AND DEMOCRACY
On April 24th and 25th, The Asia Foundation gathered representatives from 12 rural community and public radio stations for two days of networking and coalition building.As a result, these 12 stations coalesced into the Rural Community Radio Association (RCRA) and together they aim to be a valuable and objective source of information to rural populations that have no other source of news. Through the RCRA, these stations will produce a diverse schedule of programs that explore local environmental, social, and political issues, and seek solutions to them. Read more...
The Asia Foundation and public radio partners to build national broadcasting coalition
Ulaanbaatar - April 24, 2006 - On April 24 and 25, representatives of community and local radio organizations will meet in Ulaanbaatar for the first-ever Public Radio Conference in Mongolia. The Conference, hosted by The Asia Foundation, the premier international non-profit in promoting justice, accountability, and prosperity in Mongolia, aims to bring Mongolia's public and community radio organizations together to identify the resources they need to produce programs that inform and engage the public. During the two-day meeting, station-leaders will share ideas about fundraising and program strategies that work. Experts from media and civil society organizations will discuss their ideas for the next stage of local radio development in Mongolia. Read more...
"TELEVISION JOURNALISM" BOOK'S PRESENTATION
"YOUR RIGHT TO PROTECTION" - manual for journalists
On June 26, the new book "TV Journalism," was presented at the NGO, Globe International. The author of the book, Kh. Naranjargal, stated that "I will be happy if my book helps amateur journalists, students; people involved with television journalism and also temporarily occupy the space of no full TV journalism text book."Read more...
In June 23, Globe International NGO held a seminar for journalists in the Mongolian Press Institute titled, "Whether journalists can exercise their rights." When journalists tend to write articles on classified or socially hidden issues, they should get into the habit of receiving law consultation on all stages from collecting information to distribution, stated lawyer D.Munkhburen.Read more...
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