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Hungary and Croatia Try to Silence Slovenian Media

Government connections in two of Slovenia's neighbours try to influence media reports in the country, but Slovenia reacts strongly, showing a more progressive approach...

Bulgaria 2017: State of Journalism and Freedom of Speech: Report

Four cases of physical attacks, three of serious verbal attacks and three "unjustified dismissals" of journalists were recorded by the Association of European Journalists...

Erol Önderoğlu – Laureate of the Freedom of Speech Award 2018

Distinguished Turkish journalist and freedom of speech advocate is this year's laureate of the Roosevelt Freedom of Speech Award. The award for Mr. Önderoğlu is...

Report: Indicators for the degree of media freedom and journalists’ safety in Macedonia

Skopje, 22.01.2018 – The Association of Journalists of Macedonia (AJM) presented today the Report on the Indicators for the degree of media freedom and the journalists’...

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...

Worrying state of media in the Western Balkans

The Directorate of the European Commission for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR) is concerned about the non-transparent, partocratic and corrupt co-financing of media...

Free press: Still worth defending?

3 May is World Press Freedom Day. As IFEX enters its 25th year as a global network defending the right to freedom of expression...

Press Freedom in South East Europe Declines

The 2017 World Press Freedom Index paints a bleak picture of press freedom in South East Europe, with a number of countries recording declining...

More than an academic question

Ahead of the spring European Parliamentary session, 27 IFEX members urge EU officials to condemn recent amendments to Hungary's National Higher Education Act that...

Hungary’s foreign funding bill a transparent attack on civil society

The IFEX network speaks out against Hungary’s discriminatory foreign funding bill that, if enacted, would threaten the operability of local members the Hungarian Civil...
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