Fast, free, fair!
The Press Council is an independent, self-regulatory body that brings together publishers, owners of print and online media, news agencies, and media professionals. It has been established for monitoring the observance of the Journalist’s Code of Ethics, solving complaints made by individuals and institutions related to media content. The Press Council is also authorized to mediate between aggrieved individuals, institutions, and editorial staff, and to pronounce public warnings in cases when determined that the violation of ethical standards as defined by the Journalist’s Code of Ethics has occurred. The Press Council is engaged in the education of media professionals to act in accordance with the Journalist’s Code of Ethics and works to strengthen the role of media in Serbia.
We strive for responsible and professional journalism. Our mission is to protect the citizens of Serbia from manipulation in print and online media and to raise the quality of journalism in Serbia. We’ll act in accordance with the Journalist’s Code of Ethics and our own conscience, in compliance with the law, and under the motto: Fast, free, fair!
The session of the Appeals Commission will be held on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6 p.m.
The Commission will consider the following complaints:
Islamic Community in Serbia – SNews
Nikola Milosavic Aleksic – Blic, Informer
Natasa Mijuskovic – Informer
Medin Halilović – SANA – three appeals, 1, 2, 3
Roma World – Hello
Bojan Cvejić – Hello, Kurir, Blic, Informer
Milica Ivanovic – JUGPress
Bojan Cvejić – Blic, Kurir, Informer, Republika.rs, Pink.rs
Friends of Children of Serbia – Kurir, Informer, Vecernje novosti, Alo, Serbian Telegraph / Republika.rs, Telegraf.rs
Gvozden Nikolic – OzonPress
Due to the epidemiological situation, the session will be held on the Zoom platform