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Training On UNESCO’S Media Development Indicators In Thailand (25-27 January)
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Thailand’s media landscape is one of the most vibrant and diverse in Southeast Asia: with a mix of state, private, public and community media, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission, a specific body regulating the sector, and several media professional organizations such as the National Press Council and the News Broadcasting Council. At the same time, a number of weaknesses of the media sector can be observed, including restrictive laws, a lack of training among journalists and an influence of commercial interests on media content.
The current government’s roadmap for a return to a civilian one foresees the adoption of a new constitution by referendum, as well as a series of structural reforms prior to the election of a new government. The latter has been postponed to mid-2017 at the earliest after a first draft constitution has been rejected in September. Thailand is undergoing a constitutional reform process which will affect wide segments of its society, including the media sector.
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 UNESCO : Educational, Scientific and Cultural
15.04.00  -  Communication And Mass Media
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