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Deputy head of Lagardère Active’s TV business and Chairman of Gulli



Ethics are a primary concern for the Lagardère group’s youth channels, which are targeted at a specific group and depend on an exceptionally high level of trust with children, parents and educators.

At the Gulli channel, management is aware of its responsibility in early learning and shaping the conscience of its youngest viewers, and therefore went beyond its statutory and regulatory obligations by adopting an ethics charter in December 2015, after approval by its ethics committee.
The charter sets out a number of the channel’s specific commitments, such as supporting education through entertainment, respecting the French language, promoting healthy behaviours, representing diversity and equality, ensuring cultural pluralism, passing on values of solidarity and raising awareness about sustainable development.
The 26th Press and Media Week at School,
in Europe 1’s studios with the support of Gulli