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Ljubljana: Support to the Hungarian Journalists to Protect Media Freedom

Ljubljana, 7 April 2011 - Disputes over media regulation and claims of political control of the media – cases in Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia,...

IPI Affiliate Launches Specialised Website on Press Freedom

IPI/IFEX, 11 April 2011 - The South and East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), a network of editors, media executives and leading journalists in South...

UNESCO conference moves forward debate on journalistic ethics in Europe

Paris, 27 January 2011 - UNESCO hosted an international conference on Journalism Ethics and Self-Regulation in Europe: New Media, Old Dilemmas. The meeting marked...

UNESCO Symposium Sparked Debate on Future of Freedom of Expression

Paris, 26 January 2011 - UNESCO hosted the second International Symposium on Freedom of Expression. Those in attendance numbered well over one hundred, with...

Commitment to Review Counter-Terror Laws in Europe

7 October, 2009, Madrid  - Upon the initiative of Access Info,  40 organisations  sent an open letter to the Council of Europe's new Secretary General Thorbjoern...

SEENPM Participates in the Discussion on the New Notion of Media

June 1, 2009, Reykjavík - The need to prepare the public for the challenges of the new forms of media and social communication tools...

Free Speech Advocates Gathered in Oslo

June 7, 2009, Oslo - More than 500 journalists, writers, activists and artists from over 103 countries converged in Oslo, Norway June 1 – 6,...

SEENPM Contributes to the Debate on the Media Standards of the Council of Europe

May 6, 2009, Paris – “Fundamental rights, freedoms and relevant standards should be respected by all parties involved in the production and distribution of...

SEENPM participates in the UNESCO-supported media accountability project in South-East Europe

March 7, 2009, Tirana – UNESCO launched a two-year project to increase media accountability in South-East European countries. The main objectives of the project are to...

SEENPM Contributes to the Council of Europe Campaign against Discrimination

February 12, 2009 – Strasbourg. Ethnic and race-based discrimination is the target of a new campaign by the Council of Europe in its 47...

Investigative Reporters from East and South East Europe met in Budapest

November 12, 2007, Budapest - Two regional groups, Scoop and BIRN hosted a conference for investigative reporters from East and South East Europe in...
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