This study represents an assessment of the country's media laws, as well as of other documents, contributing to the self-regulation of journalism, and represents an x-ray of the domestic legal framework in relation to European standards and good practices.
At the same time, the experts analysed the mechanisms meant to ensure and protect the media activity and transparency in this field. The report shows the areas where measures need to be taken to improve the situation for the benefit of journalists, citizens and society in general. Finally, you will find some concrete recommendations on some new feasible mechanisms which could significantly improve the situation in the field, including of the online media.
The study was developed in the framework of the ‘Media Enabling Democracy, Inclusion and Accountability in Moldova’ (MEDIA-M) Project, carried out by IJC and Internews, and funded by USAID.