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 Call for new European Commission President to prioritize press freedom

Call for new European Commission President to prioritize press freedom

19.07.2019, BrusselsThe German conservative politician Ursula von der Leyen (CDU) was elected as the new President of the Commission of the EU. Along with other press freedom organisations, the ECPMF signed a letter, urging Ms Von der Leyen to prioritize press freedom.more information

Finland - land of the free press - is new president of the Council of the EU

Finland - land of the free press - is new president of the Council of the EU

17.07.2019, StrasbourgFinland, the self-proclaimed country of press freedom, holds the presidency of the Council of the EU for the next six months. What is it that makes the country so successful in defending press freedom? Where are the weak spots?more information

Defend Media Freedom: New pledges not credible without action

Defend Media Freedom: New pledges not credible without action

10.07.2019, LeipzigThe ECPMF joined a group of press freedom and media development organisations who signed up to a media statement and list of eleven commitments that we're seeking from States attending the Global Media Freedom Conference.more information

New Democracy - New Press Freedom?

New Democracy - New Press Freedom?

10.07.2019, AthensGreece’s newly-elected Prime Minister Kyrikos Mitsotakis has been sworn in. From a far-left to a conservative government in the crisis-ridden country – what does it mean for press freedom?more information

Turkish think-tank report escalates harassment of journalists

Turkish think-tank report escalates harassment of journalists

10.07.2019, LeipzigThe ECPMF condemn a Turkish pro-government think-tank’s report that accuses leading international media of being biased against the government and singles out their correspondents for attack. The report is a dangerous escalation in the harassment of journalists.more information

London conference puts UK on world press freedom map

London conference puts UK on world press freedom map

10.07.2019, LondonAn EU Member State where the murder of a journalist remains unpunished and investigative journalists have been prosecuted for refusing to reveal whistleblowers is hosting an international media freedom conference. more information


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