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Request for EU Support for Public Service Media in Balkan

On 1st and 2nd February, the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU)  had a series of meetings with members...

The Charlie Hebdo Effect in the Balkans

The attacks against the French journalists stirred vivid emotions and considerable reactions, without, however, increasing the Islamophobia in the region. The debates failed to...

South East Europe needs new vision of media, states the SEENPM report on press freedom

Budapest, Tirana – The contemporary picture of media in many Balkan countries – some of them now EU members – is one of a...

Media Fan Flames of Hatred in Balkan Journalism Crisis

By Aidan White More than twenty years after revolutions in the south-eastern fringes of Europe opened up a new era of democratic pluralism with promises of...

Press Freedom has Eroded in the Balkans

Washington, 27 June 2011 – „While Croatia and Serbia continued to make gradual progress in 2010 on reforms associated with EU candidacy, five other...

Putting Freedom of Expression at the Heart of the Accession Process

''The European Commission will accept no deviation on the part of candidate countries from European Union standards on freedom of expression and the media,''...
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Media Freedom Rapid Response Emergency Support

The Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) which tracks, monitors, and reacts to violations of press and media freedom in EU Member States...

Montenegro: CSOs Promote Gender Literacy in the Media

In Montenegro, a project by Association “Spektra” and Queer Montenegro improved media literacy skills of trans activists and journalists. It also sought to educate the general public...