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CEE Siemens Press Award 2016 (apply by 12 September 2016)

Siemens is organizing a regional journalist competition – Siemens CEE Press Award 2016, which will be held in ten countries of Central and Eastern...

Dangers of Neoliberalism for Public Services

by Valentina Delić Public media services both in Western Europe and in poorer parts of the continent are being re-examined with their position and role. Bosnia...

Mapping Media Freedom report: journalists increasingly attacked in Europe

Violence against journalists in Europe increased in the second quarter of 2016, reports submitted to Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom platform show, as...

Media strategy controversies in Slovenia

By Brankica Petković The Slovenian media policy has never been based on thorough analyses and strategic approach. Therefore, some experts even claim there is no...

European Commission launches call for proposals for data-driven news production

The European Commission is launching a call for proposals in the field of data-driven news production. Applicants are invited to submit proposals to increase...

Southeastern Europe: not very digital

According to the data recently released by the European Commission, the EU member states in Southeastern Europe are among the least digital in the...

Symposium on Digital Citizenship held in Ljubljana

International symposium Digital citizenship, held in Ljubljana on May 24, 2016, addressed political participation which has been changing under the influence of a growing social...

Freedom of the Press 2016: Serbia, Macedonia and Turkey Decline

According to key findings of the Freedom House Freedom of the Press 2016 report, press freedom declined to its lowest level in 12 years in 2015, as...

Discriminatory policies of minority protection in Slovenia: unequal access to media

By Brankica Petković Discrimination of minority communities from former Yugoslavia in Slovenia’s minority policies can be observed in various areas of public policy, among which...

Experts Compare Media Reforms in Ljubljana

Ljubljana - Peace Institute, as a member of the SEENPM, organized a two-day transregional conference "Comparing Media Reforms" in Ljubljana.  The meeting, which was attended by...

Ljubljana: Support to the Hungarian Journalists to Protect Media Freedom

Ljubljana, 7 April 2011 - Disputes over media regulation and claims of political control of the media – cases in Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia,...
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Free online courses on crowdfunding and collaborative journalism

Would you like to enhance your collaborative journalism skills and find additional sources of funding for your stories? Prague Media School, together with a group of...

WEBINAR: Responsible Reporting on Roma Inclusion

The Roma Integration 2020 project is organizing the webinar for journalists, media representatives and others interested in human rights: Responsible reporting on Roma...

RESEARCH: Hate Narratives and Disinformation in Online Media in Albania

This research aims to look in detail at what the actual narratives of hate and disinformation in Albanian media are and how they are spread...

RESEARCH: Hate and Disinformation Narratives in Turkish Online Media

Focusing on the hate speech and disinformation in online media in Turkey, this report is a follow-up to an earlier report within...