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Moldova: The Parliament Adopted the New Audiovisual Media Services Code

On 26 July, Members of Parliament adopted in final reading the new draft Audiovisual Media Services Code of the Republic of Moldova. The document...

Croatia: hate speech on the rise but hope for change

In January 2018 an international delegation of press freedom organisation representatives visited Zagreb for the second time in two years to observe the state of media freedom in...

Dossier: Freedom of the press in Bulgaria

Dangerous entanglements between media, politics and business in the country in charge of the Presidency of the Council of the EU. by Nicola Pedrazzi,  Fazıla Mat, ...

Hungarian civil defamation laws threaten political journalism

Court practice in cases involving third-party information seen as obstacle to political reporting. Hungarian courts' doctrine of objective liability for media outlets quoting third parties...

Legal Training Program For Journalists, Civil Society Advocates and Media Lawyers in Central and Southeastern Europe

The Center for Media, Data, and Society at the School of Public Policy of Central European University, is announcing an open call for candidates...

Freedom of expression and defamation (2016)

The Council of Europe has published a new study of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights concerning the special relation...

Moldova: Draft new Broadcasting Code to be presented to the Plenum of the Parliament

The parliamentary commission for mass media examined on Wednesday, June 29, the report on the draft new Broadcasting Code, which is to be presented...

Media Law Academy Makes Recommendations for Public Service Outlets

Zagreb, 8 June 2012 – The first Academy on Media Law in South East Europe wrapped up its work in Zagreb, Croatia, today, with...

OSCE Media Freedom Representative Welcomes Constitutional Court Decision in Hungary, Concerned over Silencing of Independent Radio

Vienna, 21 December 2011 – The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatovic, today welcomed a Constitutional Court decision that declared unconstitutional...

89 Countries Ranked in World’s First Rating of Right to Information Laws

Halifax/Madrid, 28 September 2011 - On International Right to Know Day, the Centre for Law and Democracy, in cooperation with Access Info Europe, are...
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The prevalence of hate in public discourse, coupled with impunity for most hate crimes, undermines public trust in general, trust in the media in...

Journalists as Targets of Hate

SEENPM and Mediacentar Sarajevo invite you to Journalists as Targets of Hate, an online event to explore the impact of hate campaigns on journalists'...

Online Workshop: Infodemic Lessons in Action

Transitions and SEENPM invite you to an online workshop "Infodemic lessons: how to shield yourself and your community from the infodemic with...

Projects Focus on Safeguarding Media Freedom and Pluralism in the Western Balkans

SEENPM member organisations sought project proposals aimed at strengthening capacities of civil society organisations (CSOs) to help safeguard media freedom and pluralism in the Western Balkans.