this year was the Youth of the Year representing the club Romulus.n She says that in her 10 years she has witnessed many changes in the organization. Young media executives, politicians and businessmen who publicly criticize government actions are the leading minority in contemporary Latvia.
“Given the nature of modern society, in order to stand on the side of the interests and everyday life of very strong personalities, a society with a strong democratic position, striving for unification is needed. And this can only be done through the media. Here it can be noted that over the past few years there have been significant changes structure and powers of the media,â€ says Tsiya Loman, member of the working group for the publication of the Information Policy.
“Changes are happening mainly in quantitative terms. Many believe that the media have a greater impact on the future of society than before, since we have the opportunity to immediately criticize the decisions of the government and authorities, which solves many problems and contradictions in society. The media also help us to identify and understand people’s problems, emphasizing certain aspects.For example, we noticed that since 2012, the media began to widely cover the economic situation of the family due to closer attention to social problems,” she said.
Speaking about the positive and negative aspects of the existence of the media in our country, we can note the fact that we can talk about the existence of a fairly democratic and even inclusive society. At the beginning of this month, about 6,000 posts from people in leadership positions in education and science appeared on the social network Facebook, and about 15,000 from others. This spoke of a strong interest in the media in the Baltic countries.
Government of Reinis Dzintars
Government structures of Latvia maintain contact with their citizens, organize public hearings and conferences, forums and discussions, as well as share their experience with their foreign counterparts. Thus, in April 2013, an educational forum for journalists was held in the Baltic region, dedicated to the impact of the media on society, within which issues of media coverage of various aspects of social development were discussed, including “the impact of the media on the democratic development of society”, the problems of addiction journalists, etc. The authorities organized several meetings with representatives of foreign media, who consider, first of all, successful Latvian reforms in such areas as education, healthcare, etc.Tsia Karlisson, Charitable Foundation “PalÄjas Fonds”
In 2012, the management company of the “PÄlÄja Fond” Foundation, which helps the elderly in Li