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Media freedom in Montenegro: a survey of publications

The media sector in Montenegro is characterised by strong political polarisation. The few examples of non-aligned investigative journalism are subject to both direct and indirect pressure...

Serbia: Attacks against journalists must stop

Following the recent media stage black out in Serbia to warn against Serbian leader Aleksandar Vucic‘s muzzling of the press, the European Federation of Journalists...

The Other Threat Against Journalists in Turkey: Criminalization of Social Media Use and Online Harassment

The dismal state of press freedom in Turkey is now incontrovertible. Report after report has documented the growing numbers of imprisoned journalists, shuttered newspapers,...

Macedonia: It is high time to stop violence against journalists!

Following ECPMF-EFJ-SEEMO-OBCT fact-finding mission to Macedonia, on 25th-28th April 2017, the four organisations issued this statement on 28 April, regarding rising violence against journalists...

FYROM: Political-motivated violence a threat to journalists

Journalists have been under attack in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). by Ana Ribeiro and Jane Whyatt And the Western Balkans Regional Platform for...

Macedonia: journalists attacked during protest

The European Federation of Journalists backs its Macedonian affiliate, the Association of Journalists of Macedonia (AJM) in condemning recent attack against journalists during the...

Deterioration of media freedom in Croatia: an infographic

Croatia is recording a generalized decline of the conditions pertaining to media freedom and pluralism. 4 November 2016 Croatian journalists voice concern over the increasing pressure they face...

SEENPM supports the “I am a journalist! Journalism is not a crime!” campaign

The South East European Network for Professionalization of Media (SEENPM) supports the “I am a journalist! Journalism is not a crime!” campaign launched by media freedom...

OSCE: Attacks against journalists during demonstrations in B&H must be condemned and investigated

VIENNA, 17 May 2016 - The recent attack against Petar Panjkota, reporter with RTL Croatia television, in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is unacceptable...

The Kosovo media under pressure

by Violeta Hyseni Kelmendi | Pristina, 6 May 2016 Political interference and lack of adequate financial resources keep haunting independent journalism in Kosovo. Journalists and media outlets in...
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