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EU expresses openly its concern about the situation of the independent media in Moldova

Members of the European Parliament, but also the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, expressed their...

Transnistria: journalism beyond the Nistru

How has journalism evolved in the state that does not exist since the 1990s? A meeting with Nikolaj Kuzmin, journalist and activist of ILC...

Moldovan Parliament Adopts the National Concept on Media Development

Moldovan Parliament approved the National Concept on Media Development on 14 June. The document aims to prove both the adherence of the Republic of Moldova...

Moldova: Study Recommends Ample Changes to Media Laws

The study entitled ‘Evaluation of the Regulatory and Self-Regulatory Legal Framework for Mass Media Activity in the Republic of Moldova‘, drafted by the Independent...

Moldova: From partly free to free media status by 2025

The transition of Moldova from the category of countries with partly free media to the category of countries with free media by 2025 is...

US Urges Moldova to Tackle Russian Propaganda

The US ambassador to Chisinau, James Pettit, said that Moldova should adopt new legislation to counter Russian disinformation and boost the independence of broadcast...

Moldova: What the Media Think About the Media in Figures

Very rarely (or never) do surveys show what the representatives of a professional community or a field think about themselves and about their fellow...

Personnel Cleanup in Transnistrian Media

Some media outlets from the left bank of the Dniester have been reporting about dismissals of local journalists who used to work in the...

Monitoring Russian TVs in Moldova: Manipulation, Propaganda and Disinformation

Russian televisions retransmitted in Moldova promote manipulation and propaganda, and deliver pro-Russian, anti-Ukrainian, anti-European and anti-Occidental messages, conclude two new monitoring reports. The monitoring...

IJC launches a media literacy project in Moldova

The Independent Journalism Center (IJC), a SEENPM member, launched media literacy lessons for youth as part of a new project, "Strengthening Freedom of Opinion...

Moldova: IJC Report – Elections Passed, but Manipulation in the Media Continues

In the post-election period, violation of ethical standards and use of manipulation techniques decreased in intensity compared with 2016. However, they did not totally...

Moldova: IJC Strives to Promote Media Literacy

Media literacy lessons, information campaigns, media hackathon are only some of the activities that the Independent Journalism Center (IJC), a SEENPM member, implemented in...
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Call for entries: European Press Prize 2022

The European Press Prize 2022 is open for entries from October 1 until December 10, 2021. Eligible entries must have...

IREX Vibe 2021: Effect of pandemic on media systems in Europe and Eurasia

The 2021 edition of IREX’s Vibrant Information Barometer (VIBE) shows that a media sector already struggling with reduced advertising revenue has been...

[Infographics] Media Trust and Media-Gender Issues in the Western Balkans

The infographics featured here present key findings of a series of research studies on media trust and media-gender issues in the Western Balkans. The series includes...

[Infographic] Hate Narratives in the Western Balkans and Turkey

The infographic featured here presents key findings of a series of research studies on hate and propaganda models of media and communication in the Western Balkans...