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Smear campaign against Slovakia’s journalists by ex-Police Chief Gašpar's needs to stop

Smear campaign against Slovakia’s journalists by ex-Police Chief Gašpar's needs to stop

Bratislava, 19.09.2019Former Slovak Police President Tibor Gašpar started a communication campaign aimed against certain journalists, NGOs and the advocates of the Kuciak and Kušnírová families.more information

Spain has experienced an unprecedente decline in press freedom, say PDLI

Spain has experienced an unprecedente decline in press freedom, say PDLI

Madrid, 19.09.2019Hooded demonstrators have attacked TV journalists covering the Catalonia national day demonstrations which attracted more than 500,000 people in support of independence for the autonomous region. more information

Joint Statement on freedom of expression crisis in Turkey in front of the UN Human Rights Council

Joint Statement on freedom of expression crisis in Turkey in front of the UN Human Rights Council

Geneva, 18.09.2019At the 42nd Session of the UN Human Rights Council, ARTICLE 19 delivered an oral statement on behalf of a group of civil society organisations, including the ECPMF, raising awareness for the ongoing freedom of expression crisis in Turkey.more information

ECPMF co-signs open letter to the new Secretary General of the Council of Europe

ECPMF co-signs open letter to the new Secretary General of the Council of Europe

Strasbourg, 18.09.2019Along with 21 other organisations, the ECPMF sent an open letter to the new Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Marija Pejčinović Burić, asking her to enhance efforts for the effective protection of freedom of expression, press freedom and the safety of journalists.more information

Mission to Turkey: Press freedom in Turkey remains in crisis, despite some room for very cautious optimism

Mission to Turkey: Press freedom in Turkey remains in crisis, despite some room for very cautious optimism

13.09.2019, AnkaraThe ECPMF joined 7 other freedom of expression organisations on a joint mission to Turkey, led by the International Press Insitute. Despite some glimmers of hope, press freedom in the country remains in crisis.more information

"Please save my life": Julian Assange in prison

13.09.2019, LondonIn two exclusive interviews with the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF), Julian Assange’s most notable visitors paint a harrowing picture of his current condition.more information

ECPMF joins Council of Europe Platform to Protect Journalists

ECPMF joins Council of Europe Platform to Protect Journalists

11.09.2019, StrasbourgThe European Centre for Press and Media Freedom and Free Press Unlimited join the Platform to Promote the Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists.more information


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