A monitoring report, developed by the Independent Journalism Center in Moldova, shows how media in the Republic of Moldova report on minority issues and diversity. During a month, the authors assessed 10 media outlets, monitoring both the professional ethics of the journalists and the comments posted by media consumers. Find out at the Media Azi Show, moderated by media expert Aneta Gonta, what conclusions did the authors reach and what recommendations did they make for the editorial offices.
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