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Serbia must account for alleged surveillance of journalists’ emails

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Serbian authorities to investigate the possibility that the government spied on and intercepted emails between...

Serbia: elections are approaching, pressure on the media is growing

The Telekom company, of which the state is the majority owner, has removed from its cable offer N1, the only television network...

Hungary Dismantles Media Freedom and Pluralism: Conclusions of the joint international press freedom mission

These conclusions reflect the initial findings of the joint mission to Hungary carried out by the International Press Institute (IPI), Article 19, the Committee...

Serbian Magazine Scraps Cover That ‘Targeted’ President

The well-known Serbian weekly 'NIN' has succumbed to pressure to remove a cover shot of the President at an arms fair - which critics...

Serbia: Journalist Targeted by Smear Campaign after Interviewing President Vučić

The Council of Europe Platform to promote the protection of journalism and safety of journalists yesterday listed the case of journalist Miodrag Sovilj of TV N1...

Independent Serbian TV channel subjected to smear campaigns, intimidation

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Serbian government to stop supporting and instead publicly condemn attempts to intimidate N1, Serbia’s only major independent...

Global impunity in journalist murders continues unabated

Impunity in the cases of murdered journalists remains firmly entrenched in over a dozen countries, including those mired in conflict and democracies alike, the...

Balkans: the tired Media Days

Three years after its first edition, the impression that emerges from the Media Days – an event promoted by the EU Commission in the...

IDUAI: 30 countries closed media and blocked internet access so far in 2019

On the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI), 28 September, the IFJ has condemned the fact that more than 30 countries have...

Bosnia’s Professional Liars

The fake news phenomenon hasn’t spared the Balkans. In Bosnia & Herzegovina, it fuels a lucrative industry. Many people have a somewhat morbid habit to...

Women journalists and online harassment: the resistance in Bosnia

A daily occurrence in Balkan newsrooms and a risk factor for press freedom according to international bodies, online harassment against women in the media...

Bulgaria: let the press report freely, say IFJ/EFJ ahead of Prosecutor’s election

Bulgaria will appoint a new Prosecutor General this autumn and a series of statements made by public officials against the press have raised journalists' concerns about the process.  The...
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Journalist Fellowship Summer School at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

The five-day Summer School, aimed at practising journalists worldwide, is designed to help you better understand the challenges you face in an ever-changing media landscape, and...

The State of Moldovan Press Characterized as “Severe” for the Fourth Consecutive Year

The media in the Republic of Moldova is still in a severe state, as revealed by the 2019 Moldovan Press Status Index (MPSI), published...