The conference will be webcasted with support by the Council of Europe.
ECPMF, PEN International, ARTICLE 19 and 65 organisations are deeply concerned by the continuous deterioration of freedom of expression and media freedom in Turkey following the violent and contemptible coup attempt on 15 July 2016.more information
"The government is treating independent journalists in Azerbaijan as enemies of the people. We or our relatives are jailed, tortured or killed," Azeri exile behind Meydan TV tells ECPMF, adding that the best response is to keep reporting.more information
Female journalists suffer a disproportionate amount of online abuse, hate speech and other harassment compared to their male colleagues. It's time to quantify, discuss and more actively combat it.more information
Deniz Yücel's reporting on a Turkish minister's hacked e-mails has led to his detention on charges of “spreading propaganda in support of a terrorist organisation and inciting the public to violence.” Protests are flaring up in Germany.more information
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has ruled that forcibly removing journalists from the Macedonian parliament while they were covering a debate violated their freedom of expression. more information
In the latest instance of persecution against his media work in Albania, Artan Rama has been hit with a civil lawsuit demanding that he pay thousands of euros over a text published on his news programme’s Facebook page.more information
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