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Regional capacity building event for grassroots organizations held in Novi Sad

Representatives of the sub-grantees awarded within the Resilience project gathered in Serbia, to exchange their experiences and share information on the projects...

Regulatory and self-regulatory framework against hate speech and disinformation in Serbia

This factsheet briefly summarizes the basic information on the regulatory and self-regulatory framework against hate speech and disinformation in Serbia.

Serbia: Journalists’ safety – Systematic (un)involvement in solving the problem

Twenty two years ago, on 8 April, journalist Radislava Dada Vujasinovic was found murdered in her apartment. Recalling her death every year, a series...

Serbia: 9 years since the bomb attack on journalist Dejan Anastasijević

Bomb attack on the apartment of Dejan Anastasijević on 14 April 2007 is one of the most serious attacks on journalists in the past...

Serbia: Notable Cases of Journalists and Media Safety Violations

First quarter of 2016 regarding safety of journalists and media in Serbia, beside “regular” threats and media campaigns against government critics, was marked by...

The murder of Slavko Ćuruvija, 17 years on: will the truth ever be revealed?

On 11th April we will mark 17 years since the murder of Slavko Ćuruvija, a renowned Serbian journalist and sharp critic of the Milošević...

Serbia: control the media with the help of the media

By Dragan Janjić, 30 March 2016 Smothering the freedom of the press using intense media campaigns in tabloids and the television against individual journalists has...

Media Monitoring in Serbia of the 2016 Election Campaign Launched

Novi Sad School of Journalism, with the funding from the Open Society Foundation, is conducting an extensive media monitoring in Serbia during the 2016...

Caught between the East And West: The “Media War” Intensifies In Serbia and Montenegro

By Marija Šajkaš and Milka Tadić Mijović Article re-published from the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) with permission 10 March 2016 As EU and U.S. assistance to...

Media Integrity Matters: Monitoring the Implementation of New Media Legislation In Serbia – Media Privatization

In the course of 2015 Novi Sad School of Journalism, a SEENPM member, followed the process of ownership transformation of Serbian media, especially the...
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