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Montenegro Jail Sentence for Investigative Journalist Condemned as ‘Kafkaesque’

BIRN Podgorica October 8, 2020 12:06 International media unions and watchdogs have slated a court verdict in Montenegro, sentencing...

Croatia: Unions raise the alarm about the COVID-19 impact on journalism

The Trade Union of Croatian Journalists (TUCJ) and the Croatian Journalists Association (CJA) urged the government “to save journalism” by taking financial compensation...

Slovenia: New Government Targeting NGOs and the Media

In the first month of the third government led by SDS and Janez Janša, the Government Communication Office took a central role...

How COVID-19 Threatens Media Freedom

Access to accurate information is essential to fighting a pandemic. However, many governments hide behind the emergency to restrict media freedom.

Željko Bodrožić: the state of emergency smothers the Serbian media

According to Željko Bodrožić, president of the Association of Independent Journalists of Serbia (NUNS), the state of emergency has only worsened the...

What Slovakia Showed Us

After Ján and Martina’s murders, at long last, Slovaks had had enough. By Ilya Lozovsky / OCCRP

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...

New threats and attacks prompt a toxic environment for journalists in Slovenia

A number of journalists reporting about alleged funding from Hungary of media close to the right-wing Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) has been...

Senator Sees China’s Hand in Central Europe TV Sale

Republican hawk Marco Rubio has called on US authorities to review the sale of the CME media conglomerate to Czech tycoon Petr...

Journalists in Western Balkans Lack Adequate Psychological Support

Stress and trauma are an everyday occurrence in journalism, which is why it is very important to provide media workers with psychological...

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...
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Save the date: European Anti-SLAPP Conference 2022

On 20 October 2022, the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) and the Coalition Against SLAPPs in Europe (CASE) will host the European Anti-SLAPP Conference in...

Report: Defending Press Freedom in Times of Tension and Conflict

The Platform to Promote the Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists of the Council of Europe launched its 2022 report “Defending...

Regional conference “Solutions and Innovations in Media”

Mediacentar Sarajevo and the Association of Citizens Zašto ne, supported by Embassy of the Netherlands in Bosnia and Herzegovina, are pleased to...

Tipping Point: Democratic Erosion and the Assault on Press Freedom

Report by CIMA - Center for International Media Assistance By Kate Musgrave October 27, 2021