The Seychelles will be presenting its Universal Periodic Review (U.P.R) National Report at the 38th session in May 2021.  Therefore in response to a request from the Government of Seychelles, UNFPA...

The SMC has attended the consultation held on the Elections Code of Conduct. Such codes have proven to be valuable to the electoral process as it guides the work of the media as well as the other...

The Seychelles Media Commission has received an invitation from the Electoral Commission to be part of a media subcommittee, which will be mandated to deal with complaints received during the...

The SMC has invited the wider media sector to review the national Code of Conduct for media. All media houses have been invited to review the code and to submit their comments and proposals by July...

In the lead up to the 2020 elections, the Seychelles Media Commission has assisted the Electoral Commission in the drafting a Code of Conduct to guide media practitioners, media houses, political...

Following the internal review of its Code of Conduct, the Seychelles Media Commission has invited the Association of Media Practitioners (AMPS) to take the review through its second phase by...

  The Non-Government Organisation, Transparency Initiative Seychelles has organised a half day workshop for journalists, as part of a project funded by the European Union. The workshop was led by...

Seychelles has signed a joint declaration led by the U.K. and Canada on the side-lines of a global conference for media freedom in London from July 10 to 11. The declaration was signed by the...

Members of the Seychelles Media Commission Board have reviewed the existing Code of Conduct in an extraordinary meeting held today. The code which was published in 2013, was put together following a...

Following the decision of the National Broadcaster to drop the National Anthem from its regular programming schedule, the SMC received a number of objections towards this decision. This matter was...

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