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The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST, Minister Hwang Hee) hosts and the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) and organises the ‘BroadCast Worldwide 2021 (BCWW)’ online from 6th-10th September.
The Council of Europe (CoE) and the Republic of Cyprus, through the Press and Information Office (PIO), are co-organizing on 10-11 June 2021, in Lefkosia, the online Conference of Ministers responsible for the Media and Information Society of the Council of Europe titled “Artificial Intelligence - Intelligent Politics: Challenges and Opportunities for Media and Democracy”. The Conference is under the auspices of the President of the Republic, Mr Nicos Anastasiades, who will address participants, while the Minister of Interior, Mr Nicos Nouris, will chair it as host Minister.
The government is undertaking a raft of measures during the coming financial year in a deliberate move to relieve media stakeholders of the challenges that they have been going through in the past.
Australia’s communications, media and arts sectors are set to get a boost as part of the 2021-22 Federal Budget.
Windhoek, 4 de mayo: Los participantes de la Conferencia 2021 por el Día Mundial de Libertad de Prensa adoptaron la "Declaración de Windhoek + 30", treinta años después de la histórica reunión que dio lugar a la Declaración de Windhoek en 1991 sobre una Prensa libre, independiente y pluralista, la cual dio lugar a la proclamación del 3 de mayo como el Día Mundial de la Libertad de Prensa. La conferencia se llevó a cabo del 29 de abril al 3 de mayo, mismas fechas del Seminario de 1991, en un formato híbrido.
Participants of the 2021 World Press Freedom Day Global Conference adopted the “Windhoek + 30 Declaration”, thirty years after the landmark meeting that brought forth the 1991 Windhoek Declaration on Free, Independent, and Pluralistic Press, which triggered the proclamation of 3 May as World Press Freedom Day. The conference was held from 29th April to 3rd May, same dates of the 1991 Seminar, and in a hybrid format.