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ECPMF launches the first ever Press Freedom Police Codex

ECPMF launches the first ever Press Freedom Police Codex

4.12.2019, Brussels, Leipzig ECPMF launches its Press Freedom Police Codex. The Codex formulates in eight clauses how the police and journalists can work amicably together. It addresses issues of police violence, surveillance, accreditation, protection of sources and confiscation of journalistic materials.more information

CONCLUSIONS OF THE JOINT INTERNATIONAL PRESS FREEDOM MISSION TO HUNGARY

CONCLUSIONS OF THE JOINT INTERNATIONAL PRESS FREEDOM MISSION TO HUNGARY

03.12.2019, LeipzigSince 2010, the Hungarian government has systematically dismantled media independence, freedom and pluralism, distorted the media market and divided the journalistic community in the country, achieving a degree of media control unprecedented in an EU member state. more information

Neuer Anlauf für die Medienfreiheit: Forderungen an die neue Regierung Österreichs

Neuer Anlauf für die Medienfreiheit: Forderungen an die neue Regierung Österreichs

29.11.2019, ViennaDas European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF), Reporter ohne Grenzen Österreich, das International Press Institute (IPI) und die European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) richten gemeinsame Forderungen an die kommende ÖVP-geführte Regierung.more information

Joint Statement on Establishment of Public Inquiry into the Assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia

Joint Statement on Establishment of Public Inquiry into the Assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia

15.11.2019We, the undersigned organisations, cautiously welcome today’s announcement by the Maltese Government that they will update terms of reference and the composition of the Board of Inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia. more information

Ahmet Altan Davası: Bir Hafta İçinde Hem Tahliye Hem Tutuklama

Ahmet Altan Davası: Bir Hafta İçinde Hem Tahliye Hem Tutuklama

14.11.2019, IstanbulAhmet Altan 15 Temmuz’dan önce Türkiye’de katıldığı bir televizyon programında yaptığı konuşma gerekçe gösterilerek 10 yıl 6 ay hapis cezasına çarptırılmış ve cezaevinde geçirdiği 1138 günden sonra 4 Kasım’da tahliye edilmişti.more information

Victory for ECPMF-backed case at the European Court of Human Rights

Victory for ECPMF-backed case at the European Court of Human Rights

4.10.2019, StrasbourgA Hungarian journalist has won a major legal victory with support from the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF). This is not only a victory for Ilies Szurovecz, it is a victory for investigative journalism in Europe...more information

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