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Serbia: Hitler, Caricature Artist and Media Freedom

The media situation in Serbia continues to deteriorate. Recent events show that government repression of few remaining non-aligned media has become routine. According to...

Turkey media, between European solidarity and tolerance

The difficult situation of Turkey's press told by well-known journalists, the effects of European solidarity initiatives, and the prospects for the future. A report...

Media freedom in Hungary is no more

In an unprecedented concerted action pro-Orbán media owners 'donated' their news channels, internet news portals, tabloid and sports newspapers, several radio stations, numerous magazines and all...

Erhard Busek SEEMO Award 2018 to Remzi Lani

The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) has announced on 29 November 2018 that Remzi Lani, founder and director of the Albanian Media...

Media for Citizens – Citizens for Media: State of MIL and What is to be Done?

Seventy media and information literacy (MIL) experts, journalists, civil society activists and representatives of education sector and state agencies gathered on 23 November in...

Romania’s Dragnea Mocks Journalists with Doughnuts

Romania’s influential politician Liviu Dragnea on Monday mocked investigative journalists who announced they are in possession of a suitcase of evidence allegedly proving Dragnea...

End Impunity – for a UN Convention to protect journalists

Hundreds of journalists have been killed. Nine in 10 cases remain unpunished. Impunity reigns. It's time for change. ACT NOW! #NoImpunity #YesImpunityConvention Despite many protocols, guidelines...

Slovakia: Press freedom predator’s shadow hangs over Kuciak murder

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Slovak authorities to step up their investigation into detained businessman Marián Kočner’s repeated harassment of journalists and...

RSF urges Serbian authorities to condemn verbal attacks on journalists

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Serbian authorities to condemn an alarming series of verbal attacks on journalists in recent days and to...

Hungary: Political pressure on advertisers threatens critical media

New study highlights economic risks of independence in ‘illiberal’ media market. by IPI Correspondent Márton Bede The gradual decay of media freedom in Hungary and other Eastern European...

How Russian Government Funds Foreign News Websites

Using companies incorporated in Serbia and Cyprus, in recent years the Russian government has been funding a bevy of news websites in Eastern Europe...

The Daphne Project: One Year After

A year has passed since Daphne Caruana Galizia’s brutal assassination. But the bomb who killed our Maltese colleague did not silence her investigations. Forbidden Stories...
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New Research: Alarming Evidence of Online Attacks on Women Journalists Leading to ‘Real World’ Violence

Julie Posetti, Jackie Harrison and Silvio Waisbord The insidious problem of online violence against women journalists is increasingly spilling offline,...

Prague Media Point – Virtual Conference

PRAGUE MEDIA POINT – a virtual conference for journalists, media professionals, and scholars takes place on December 1-11, 2020 with workshops on December 12, 2020.Registration...

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...