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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

An interview with our first scholar, Heba Alkadri - Part of the Helpdesk's initiatives

An interview with our first scholar, Heba Alkadri - Part of the Helpdesk's initiatives

06.11.2019, GermanyAn interview with the Helpdesk's first scholar, Heba Alkadri. The Helpdesk was launched in September and offers practical assistance to journalists who are exiled in Germany. The Helpdesk responds to some of the challenges exiled journalists in Germany are facing...more information

Year of impunity shows how hard it is to get justice for journalists who are killed becasue of their work

Year of impunity shows how hard it is to get justice for journalists who are killed becasue of their work

02.11.2019, LeipzigAnother Awareness Day reminds the world that reporters and media workers sometimes pay for the truth with their lives. In an interview with ECPMF, Ivor Gaber, a member of the UNESCO Committee on the Safety of Journalists describes what steps are being taken. more information

 Police offer protection to witnesses who expose Lyra McKee's killer

Police offer protection to witnesses who expose Lyra McKee's killer

02.11.2019, BelfastMore than six months after investigative reporter Lyra McKee was murdered, police hunting the killer are offering a range of measures to protect witnesses. In addition a reward of £10,000 (11,500 euros) is on offer for information that leads to a conviction in the case. more information

Czech Republic needs to urgently address problem of press freedom

Czech Republic needs to urgently address problem of press freedom

17.10.2019, PraguePolitical interference, hate speech aimed at journalists, low pay and lack of resources are causing serious problems in the Czech Republic’s media system. Fact-finders from four international organisations, including ECPMF, have produced a report highlighting their concerns. more information

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