The Charter of Journalistic Ethics sums up the results of its media monitoring

Tbilisi, 26 December 2017. Majority of media reports on children is superficial; in-depth reports on children constitute only one per cent of all the media product related to children – states the report on media monitoring conducted from April to December 2017 by the Charter of Journalistic Ethics, with UNICEF support.

Ninth general meeting of The Georgian Charter of Journalistic ethics was held on December 23. On the meeting 3 new members of Charter's board were chosen. Because of the expiration of the term, Maia Metskhvarishvili, Jaba Ananidze and Tazo Kupreishvili left the council. Instead, the following members were chosen: Editor of Liberali Lika Zakashvili (Tbilisi quota), Editor of Information Center Network – Gela Mtivlishvili and the editor of Adjara TV – Maia Merkviladze (Regional quota). Council members chose Giorgi Mgeladze as the head of the board again.

At the same meeting, the executive director, head of the council and revision commission presented Annual reports. Besides, Charter members discussed existing challenges and positive trends in the organization.
October 19 - The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics presented first findings of the media monitoring of the 2017 Local Self-Government Elections in Georgia. 

The Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics is implementing the monitoring of TV news programs for coverage of the 2017 Local Government Elections within the framework of the project Study and Research on Election Media Coverage for 2017 Local Government Elections in Georgia supported by the European Union (EU) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).



The 8th general meeting of the Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics was held December 24, 2016 at Tbilisi Marriott hotel.
On 16-17 June 2016, the Council of Europe (CoE) in partnership with the Georgian Charter of Journalistic Ethics hold the Annual Meeting of Regional Network of Self-regulatory Bodies.