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Consultation Reveals Gaps in Media Regulation

(R-l) IPI's Bethel-McKenzie, MASL President Reynolds  and ACM's Gibbings

The need for continuous self-monitoring and adherence to journalistic standards was emphasised this past Saturday October 25, 2014 as media workers in Saint Lucia met to discuss self-regulation. The consultation was organised by the Association of Caribbean Media Workers as part of a United Nations Education, Social, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) programme and hosted by the Media Workers Association of Saint Lucia.

Media Self-Regulation Wokshop this weekend

A UNESCO programme hosted by the Media Association of Saint Lucia (MASL) and facilitated by the International Press Institute (IPI) and the Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM)

As part of the Media Association of Saint Lucia’s (MASL) efforts to enable a more professional media environment on Saint Lucia, the organisation will this weekend host a one-day consultation on Media Self-Regulation. The UNESCO funded programme is scheduled for Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Monroe College at Barnard Hill.

A closed workshop for media professionals, it will be facilitated by Executive Director of the International Press Institute (IPI), Mrs. Alison Bethel-McKenzie and the General Secretary of the Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) Wesley Gibbins.

ACM LAUNCHES MEDIA SELF-REGULATION PROJECT

Saint Lucia media will be among a select group of Caribbean media workers to contribute their views on media standards in a new project from the Association of Caribbean Media Worker.
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