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Reporting human rights violations in Turkey

Reuters Institute Journalist Fellow's Paper In this paper Reporting human rights violations in Turkey Kemal Göktaş (Journalist Fellow Oct 2017 – April 2018) looks at the development and...

I Subscribe – to support independent journalism in Turkey

Global campaign launches with call to subscribe to secular daily Cumhuriyet. A coalition of freedom of expression organisations led by the International Press Institute (IPI)...

Turkey: “In this country everything can change at any time”

For more than seven months German journalist Meşale Tolu was held in pre-trial detention in Turkey together with her son, a toddler. In Mid-December...

Rights organizations defend jailed Turkish filmmakers facing up to 5 years in prison

SEENPM joined more than 40 human rights, film and cultural organizations in defense of imprisoned Turkish filmmakers Cayan Demirel and Ertugrul Mavioglu for their...

Campaign to improve journalists working conditions in the Western Balkans and Turkey

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) launched a video campaign to raise awareness about the poor working conditions of journalists and media workers in...

Cumhuriyet trial: the crime is journalism

Joint statement of freedom of expression and human rights organizations to call on the institutions of the Council of Europe to remind Turkey of...

Editorial Autonomy at Risk in Europe

by Arman Fazlić, Media.ba Problems regarding freedom of expression exist even within Europe where nowadays human rights are mostly guaranteed. Media market is heavily concentrated...

Turkey: Legal Action Taken Against 242 Social Media Users in 1 Week

Ministry of Interior has investigated 454 social media accounts and taken legal action against 242 people on charges of “insulting state officials” and “targeting...

New law reinforces Turkish government’s control of the Internet

In a move reflecting the government’s desire to fill the few remaining gaps in its control of news and information, Turkey’s parliament has passed a...

EU-Turkey Summit in Bulgaria: symbolic accreditation issued for jailed Turkish journalists

Days ahead of the EU-Turkey summit in Varna (Bulgaria), the Bulgarian section of the Association of European Journalists held a symbolic action in solidarity...

European Court issues first rulings on journalists detained in Turkey

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the immediate release of all journalists wrongfully imprisoned in Turkey after the European Court of Human Rights ruled...

Erdoğan’s Clutch on Free Media Tightens with Proposed Internet Regulations

In the high profile case of Cumhuriyet, Friday, March 9, offered a moment of relief in the Turkish government’s assault on free speech and...
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Civitates: Request for proposals: Supporting independent public interest journalism (Deadline extended to 30 June 2020!)

In this time of unprecedented challenge caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, Civitates has extended the deadline for applications for its Request...

What Slovakia Showed Us

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

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...