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A representative of “International Transparency for Georgia” delivered a lecture for journalism students

School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

The pre-election media environment in Georgia was reviewed at a public lecture held for undergraduate students of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Education.
The lecture was delivered by Mamuka Andghuladze, Media Programs Manager of the non-governmental organization “International Transparency for Georgia”.
During the lecture, the speaker reviewed topics such as the physical safety of journalists, the pressure on the owners of journalistic organizations, the process of informing voters, the polarized and politicized media, the protection of journalists’ labor rights, and more.

The lecture was held in a question-answer format, the students asked the guest interesting questions.