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Part I: Co-regulation of the media in Europe
The practical implementation of the idea of co-regulation is illustrated using concrete examples form EC law governing the audiovisual sector and domestic legislation on the independence of journalists, imcitement to hatred, protection of minors, advertising and technical standards.
Part II: 15 topical contributions to the co-regulation debate
Self-monitoring v. self-regulation v. co-regulation
Introduction to the self-regulatory system of the EASA
Assumptions about self-regulation in the media
Protection of human dignity, distribution of racist content (hate speech)
Self-regulation - The Swedish model
Converged classification. Fantasy or reality?
Self-regulation, co-regulation and reform of media regulation in the UK
The European Union legal and policy framework
The approach of the Council of Europe
Self-regulation or co-regulation?
What are the conditions for setting-up (for the first time) a co-regulatory system?
The implementation and enforcement of co-regulation codes in a transfrontier context
EASA's working cross-border complaints system: Illustrated and explained
Self-regulation and co-regulation: a broadcasting perspective
Part III: Self- and co-regulation verbatim: Examples of texts and other background material
This part contains example texts for self- and co-regulation in the five areas of advertising, youth protection, hate speech, the independence of journalists and technical standards. The selection of texts is based on the examples mentioned in Part II. This material is supplemented by relevant EU and Council of Europe documentation.
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