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Freedom House Report Notes Serbia’s Downward Trend

A new report from the US rights watchdog says lack of media freedom, corruption, and weak institutions remain issues throughout the Balkans – but...

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...

Montenegro: Media Situation Worsens, Journalists’ Position Deteriorating

An interview with Marijana Camović, President of the Trade Union of Media of Montenegro. By Igor Pejović, www.rtcg.me PODGORICA, 04.01.2018 – The state should be more determined in...

Information Not Found: The “Right to Be Forgotten” as an Emerging Threat to Media Freedom in the Digital Age

As expansive as the amount of information available via the internet is, sometimes the most valuable information is what cannot be found. This is...

If freedom of the press is democracy, then what do you call this?

Defending media freedom has never been so important. Governments are becoming subtler in attempting to hide the truth. Journalists must become subtler too in...

Fajon: Freedom of the media in Western Balkan countries is seriously endangered

SKOPJE, 28.12.2017 – In this interview, Tanja Fajon, Slovenian politician and member of the European Parliament (MEP) from Slovenia from the ranks of European...

65 Journalists Killed in 2017, according to RSF Annual Round-Up

A total of 65 journalists (including professional journalists, citizen-journalists and media workers) were killed worldwide in 2017, according to the latest RSF Woldwide Round-up of Journalists Killed,...

Global Voices Summit 2017 – debating open internet, freedom of speech and citizen media

Global Voices Summit 2017 gathered participants from more than 60 countries for two days of lively debates on the issues of open internet, freedom...

Serbian Journalists Call on Citizens to Support a Media Freedom Campaign

by Milka Domanović  Serbian journalists and activists rallied in the streets of Belgrade and four other Serbian cities on November 19 to garner support from citizens...

Political Pressures Taking Toll on Kosovo Journalists: Report

Some media owners are using their outlets for political ends, Kosovo’s public broadcaster has been subjected to political interference, while working conditions for journalists...
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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...