- July 14, 2004
- Posted by: admin
- Category: News
“We, young journalist from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, working on joint Teen TV program agree to be a human but not an information-absorbing-machine, be clever, investigative, unbiased, hardworking, friendly, tolerant, respect the culture and religion of any nation and do not allow the political situation affect my professional activity.”
These are some of the main points of the ethic code of Kid’s Crossroad’s project signed by the participants of the project during the last day of a three-week seminar in Georgia.
In Georgian Ureki seaside resort 18 teenager journalists were working on Teen TV program with news blocs, PSAs and talk-shows.
Every evening 4 of them went to a “confessional” to share with a camera their thoughts and feelings. And we hope that these young people will soon appear in the front line of new generation of journalists, working in rather strained region without any ethnic discomfort. They will work based on democratic principles for the sake of the development of each state and the region as a whole.
The program is financed by USAID and UNICEF.