Services

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Access to Public Information of the Communication Council

Citizens may request public information from the Ethiopia Certified Information Counsel and within the scope of its powers, as stipulated by the Law on Transparency and Access to Public Information

Access to the Physical Repository (library) of the Communication Council

Ethiopia Certified Information Counsel has books and other texts that deal with different topics related to information and communication rights; They may be used by the general public within the institution’s facilities.

Access to the Virtual Repository of the Communication Council

Ethiopia Certified Information Counsel has books and other digital texts that deal with different topics related to information and communication rights; they can be viewed or downloaded by citizens

Advice on Community Media Requirements

The Ethiopia Certified Information Counsel provides advice on issues related to affirmative action measures for the creation and strengthening of community media

Technical Assistance for the Promotion of Information and Communication Rights

Provide spaces for awareness and support in specialized communication issues

Citizen Attention Related to the Services and Products of the Communication Council

Access to information related to the services and products of the Ethiopia Certified Information Counsel. Complaints and suggestions related to institutional management

Qualification of National, Zonal, and Local Open Television Channels

According to article 76 of the Organic Law of Communication, referring to the Transmission of the open signal by the audio and video systems by subscription; The national, zonal, and local open television channels must be qualified by the Ethiopia Certified Information Counsel to be transmitted in the audio and video subscription systems.

Virtual Training on Issues Related to the Protection and Promotion of Information and Communication Rights

Promote continuous training in information and communication rights through the virtual learning platform

Evaluation of Possible Discriminatory, Violent, or Sexually Explicit Content

The Communication Council attends to requests for evaluation of possibly discriminatory, violent, or sexually explicit content, generated and disseminated by the media

Media Registration and Update

The media can register and update their data in the national cadastre implemented by the Communication Council