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Slovenian authorities should halt the deterioration of freedom of expression and media freedom

In a Memorandum published on 4 June 2021, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović, calls on the Slovenian...

The Government of the Republic of Slovenia has suspended financing of the Slovenian Press Agency (STA)

Press release by the Journalists' Association of Slovenia (Društvo novinarjev Slovenije) The Slovene Association of Journalists and friends of...

Tackling Hate Speech – Example from Slovenia

Hate speech has permeated all media platforms and the issue of tackling it is complex. We talked about challenges of hate speech...

Science journalism: A remedy for lack of reliable, trustworthy information in the media?

The importance of science journalism has been increasingly obvious during the pandemic. We talked to Milica Momčilović, president of the World Federation...

‘Line between moderation and censorship increasingly blurry’

In early days of social media content moderation was typically conducted by communities, volunteers, or in-house by companies. Nowadays freedom of speech on social...

Kosovo Needs Strategic Approach to MIL Development

Until decision-making institutions join their efforts with other stakeholders toward a comprehensive national strategy on MIL, concerns will remain over Kosovo’s ability...

Facing Up to Impunity

It’s good to know that, on the road to end impunity, we are in good company. By Annie...

Disinformation and anonymous portals in Bosnia

In Bosnia and Herzegovina there are thousands of anonymous portals that pollute the web with disinformation. It is difficult to find solutions,...

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...

UN Human Rights Council adopts decision on safety of journalists

The UN Human Rights Council at its 45th session on 6 October adopted by consensus a resolution on the safety of journalists (A/HRC/RES/45/18).

New report by Freedom House shows internet freedom continuing to decline

"The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating a dramatic decline in global internet freedom. For the 10th consecutive year, users have experienced an overall...

Compromised independence of Turkey’s institutions chokes press freedom

Eleven international rights groups conclude press freedom mission to Turkey, and findings confirm the worsening of the situation. Here...
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