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Mapping Media Freedom Annual Report Marks Grim Milestone

Mapping Media Freedom, a project of Index on Censorship, has been recording threats to press freedom since 2014, highlighting the need for protection for...

Mechanisms of Media Control: Case of Serbia

By Jovanka Matić, Research Associate at the Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade Freedom of the media has been a controversial issue in Serbia for several...

Montenegro: Media Laws and Journalists – No Rights and Obligations Stipulated – New Analysis

Media laws in Montenegro, unlike those in the region, do not specifically regulate the position of journalists and their rights and obligations, nor do...

Montenegro: Change the Law on Media and Law on Electronic Media

Podgorica, 23.01.2018. – Today, on the occasion of the Day of Journalists of Montenegro, the Trade Union of Media of Montenegro (SMCG) submitted amendments to...

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...

Incentivising media rights and plurality by supporting good practices in Western Balkans and Turkey

“How to improve the precarious state of journalism in South East Europe and Turkey” was the topic of a press conference held by the...

Kosovo: Better institutional support for better journalism

Shkëlqim Hysenaj, Head of the Association of Journalists of Kosova, reflected on the main obstacles to quality journalism, in an interview for SEE Media...

World Copyright Day: Outlaw unfair contractual practices!

Brussels, 22 April 2016. - Legislators must take concrete steps against unfair contractual clauses in their laws. This is the message put across by the International Federation...

Between bad working conditions and redundancy

By Bojana Barlovac This story delves into the grim situation of Serbian media workers, showing that nothing, not even a contract, can protect them from...

OSCE Representative issues recommendations on rights and safety of members of the media reporting on refugees

VIENNA, 4 March 2016 – The challenging refugee situation in Europe also has implications for freedom of the media, not least with regard to...
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