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Last Despatches – Stories about journalists killed in the Balkans since the 1990s

139 journalists and media workers were killed during and after the violent breakup of Yugoslavia. Only one person has been convicted of responsibility for any of these...

Media Under Pressure Across Balkans, State Department Warns

The State Department's annual human rights report says political and oligarchical pressures, as well as lawsuits, remain a constant threat to media freedom in...

Background Documents and Position Papers on Media and Information Literacy Policies and Strategies in SEE and Turkey

This package features documents that depict the current policy infrastructure relating to media and information literacy in formal, non-formal and informal education in Albania,...

Serbia – Balkans’ Black Champion of Journalists’ Safety: Reports on Western Balkan Countries

Serbia is maintaining its infamous rank in the region as the country in which journalists’ safety is the most endangered, the data from comparative...

Media Constrained by Context: New Book

This book by CEU Press compares the results of twenty years of international media assistance in the five countries of the western Balkans. It...

(In)dependence of non-profit media in post-Yugoslav countries

Even though non-profit media are free from government influence and business and are leaders of pluralism in today’s societies, they still haven’t managed to...

Publication “Invisible Violence: Stories from The Newsroom” brings journalists’ stories in 5 countries of the Western Balkans

Five journalists from the Balkans issued the publication "Invisible Violence: Stories from The Newsroom" which brings stories about the real possibilities for doing journalism...

Information Verification Training for Educators in SEE: Apply by 25 June

Transitions and SEENPM invite applications for participation in a training of trainers program on information verification and open source online investigations for candidates from...

Hague Court Urged to Probe Journalists’ Deaths in Kosovo

The European Federation of Journalists adopted a resolution urging a new Hague-based court to investigate killings and disappearences of ethnic Albanian and Serb journalists...

Campaign to improve journalists working conditions in the Western Balkans and Turkey

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) launched a video campaign to raise awareness about the poor working conditions of journalists and media workers in...

EC Progress Report: Zero tolerance on threats against media in Kosovo

The progress report for Kosovo launched by European Commission on 18 April 2018 repeated the 2016 recommendations and one of them requires swift investigation against...

Challenging Work: Media reporting on organised crime and corruption in Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia

A regional comparison of how media report on cases of organized crime and corruption in Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia analysing the main obstacles faced...
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Turkey: Bianet’s Media Monitoring Database

The media monitoring database, maintained by bianet, a SEENPM member organization, aims at monitoring and reporting violations of freedom of expression towards the...

IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

The IJ4EU fund opened two new calls for cross-border investigative journalism projects in the EU and EU candidate countries. IJ4EU’s Investigation Support scheme...

Critical Press Under Threat in Turkey: Report

Another International Media Freedom Day has passed while journalists in Turkey face censorship as well as the threat of job loss, persecution,...