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Regional Study: Media and Civil Society in the Western Balkans

The Albanian Media Institute, a SEENPM member, with the support of Council of Europe and Friedrich Ebert Foundation, initiated a regional research in six...

Commission Warns Balkan States on Freedom of Expression

Brussels reports say six countries made ‘no progress’ last year in meeting freedom of expression criteria for EU membership - while Turkey was described...

The facets of and remedies for corrupted media systems in Western Balkans

A roundtable focused on the phenomenon of media politicization and media clientelism in the Western Balkans was organized in Tirana on October 28, 2016,...

The necessity for reinventing the editors’ role as guardians of media integrity

This report elaborates the position of editors of media outlets in the region, concluding that the system within which the media operate continually imposes...

Kosovo Calls for Media Coalition to Build Trust in Media

Ethical Journalism Network meeting: Building Trust Through Ethical Management A meeting of media leaders held in Pristina on October 21st 2016 has called for a...

Kosovo Urged to Protect Journalist after Death Threats

Media freedom campaigners condemned death threats made against tabloid editor Leonard Kerquki after he directed a television documentary on wartime crimes against Kosovo Serbs. by...

How Kosovo’s Public Television Lost Its Luster

By Naser Miftari (@Miftari), 2/9/2016 Built through an international assistance program, for many years Kosovo’s public broadcaster received kudos for its editorial coverage. Local politicians...

South East Europe and Turkey journalists join European Labour Rights Experts group

Journalists and media workers from South East Europe and Turkey are able to share best practices, illuminate present challenges in labour rights and benefit...

OSCE strongly condemns attack on public broadcaster in Kosovo

PRISHTINË/PRIŠTINA / VIENNA, 23 August 2016 – The Head of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo, Jean-Claude Schlumberger, and the OSCE Representative on Freedom of...

Kosovo parliamentary chief resigns after revelations by online newspaper

by Ana Ribeiro Adem Grabovci, the chief in Parliament of the ruling Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), has resigned in the midst of a wave...

Western Balkans Public Media on Life Support

By Davor Marko Public service broadcasters in the Western Balkans have become increasingly unaccountable to their audiences and tone deaf to their needs. At stake...

The Future of Public Service Broadcasting in the Western Balkans: The Need for a New paradigm

by Davor Marko, Analitika - Center for Social Research Public Service Broadcasters (PSB) in the countries of the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina,...
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Report It: an invitation to report violations and attacks to journalists

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Slovenia: IPI’s statement condemns brazen use of SLAPP

"We believe it is abundantly clear that the number and nature of the spurious defamation lawsuits against Necenzurirano are not aimed at...