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Internet must remain a forum for free speech, states OSCE conference in Tirana

Tirana – Media freedom in the South East European region is deteriorating, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović today told journalists...

South East Europe needs new vision of media, states the SEENPM report on press freedom

Budapest, Tirana – The contemporary picture of media in many Balkan countries – some of them now EU members – is one of a...

EC and UNESCO renew engagement in promoting media accountability in South East Europe

Paris - UNESCO and the European Commission have signed an agreement to continue working together to improve media accountability in South East Europe. The...

Media Fan Flames of Hatred in Balkan Journalism Crisis

By Aidan White More than twenty years after revolutions in the south-eastern fringes of Europe opened up a new era of democratic pluralism with promises of...

Greater media independence needed in South East Europe

Belgrade, 21 September 2012 – Safeguarding and promoting media freedom was the focus of the Second OSCE South East Europe Media Conference that finished...

Public figures must learn to live with criticism

Vienna, July 25, 2012 – More than two decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, many top politicians and party leaders in South...

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...

New Freedom House report says Hungary, Ukraine at forefront of democratic decline in Central and Eastern Europe

Washington - June 6, 2011 - Negative developments in Hungary and Ukraine are at the forefront of an antidemocratic trend in Central and Eastern...

Independence of Public Service Media in South East Europe Needs to be Strengthened

SARAJEVO, 14 November 2011 – The economic standing, editorial independence and autonomy of public service media need to be improved, to avert political interference,...

Drago Hedl Wins the Busek Award for Better Understanding in South East Europe

Vienna, 24 October 2011-Croatian journalist Dragutin-Drago Hedl is the winner of the 2011 Dr. Erhard Busek - SEEMO Award for Better Understanding in South...
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