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3 Feb

Kosovo: Joint letter to the Prime Minister Albin Kurti on RTK appointment

The Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) and the Safe Journalists Network condemn the shocking physical attack on Albanian journalist Elvis Hila and his wife.

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27 Jan

Albania: MFRR and Safe Journalist Network condemn attack on journalist Elvis Hila and his wife

The Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) and the Safe Journalists Network condemn the shocking physical attack on Albanian journalist Elvis Hila and his wife.

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25 Jan

MFRR Summit 2023: Press Freedom on the Line

The MFRR Summit is back, and this year we’re holding our conference under the title of “Press Freedom on the Line” from 29 – 31 March 2023.

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20 Jan

Prize for the Freedom and Future of the Media – Call for Nominations

Every year, the Media Foundation of Sparkasse Leipzig awards its “Prize for the Freedom and Future of the Media”, which is endowed with €20,000, to a distinguished journalist, publisher, or media institution.

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18 Jan

Feindbild Journalist – Monitoring Lokaljournalismus

Together with the German Federal Association of Digital Publishers and Newspaper Publishers (BDZV), ECPMF has launched a new project to monitor attacks on local journalists titled “Feindbild Journalist – Monitoring Lokaljournalismus”.

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12 Jan

IJ4EU fund opens new calls for cross-border investigative journalism

The Investigative Journalism for Europe (IJ4EU) fund today, January 12, opened two new calls for cross-border investigative journalism projects in the European Union and EU candidate countries.

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4 Jan

“If I had stayed in Volnovakha, I would have ended up in jail” – Lidia Tarash, Voices of Ukraine

Lidia Tarash is a journalist from Volnovakha, a city in the Donetsk region. In August 2022, she became one of 120 fellows of the Voices of Ukraine programme, which provides emergency stipends to Ukrainian journalists.

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28 Dec

Kosovo: ECPMF and EFJ welcome new support for Afghan journalists

In collaboration with the Government of Kosovo, EFJ and AJK, ECPMF will host five journalists fleeing persecution in Afghanistan.

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27 Dec

“Mentally we are still in Ukraine” – Iryna Synelnyk, Ukrainian Journalist-in-Residence

Interview with Iryna Synelnyk, Ukrainian Journalist-in-Residence in Kosovo.

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20 Dec

The RE:Cover Conference – How Russia’s War in Ukraine Changes Journalism

From 09 – 11 December, more than 150 journalists, experts, and politicians gathered in Bratislava, Slovakia for the RE:Cover Conference, organised by ECPMF, the former coordinators of the project Scoop, and the Regional Press Development Institute.

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