Category ECPMF
14 Dec

ECPMF’s Voices of Ukraine programme offers financial and technical support to Ukrainian journalists working in war zones

In response to the challenges faced by Ukraine’s journalistic community, ECPMF has launched the Voices of Ukraine programme.

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13 Dec

France: Three journalists summoned by security agency over suspected violation of national defence secrecy

The partner organisations of the MFRR today express concern over the latest summons issued by France’s top security agency to journalists from investigative platform Disclose and Radio France over suspected violation of national secrecy.

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12 Dec

RE:Cover Conference 2022 – Photo Gallery

To discuss every aspect of war reporting in Ukraine, ECPMF joined the former coordinators of the project Scoop and the Regional Press Development Institute to host the RE:Cover Conference in Bratislava, Slovakia. Explore the photos from the event here.

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12 Dec

Ljiljana Smajlović steps down from the ECPMF Executive Board

Ljiljana Smajlović steps down from the ECPMF Executive Board

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9 Dec

Putin’s Russia: How propaganda bolsters corruption

To mark International Anti-Corruption Day, we interviewed Elena Romanova, an investigative journalist who has focused on corruption cases for more than 22 years from her basis in Rostov-on-Don.

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7 Dec

Latvia: Media regulator urged not to revoke Dozhd license pending court review

The partners of the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) today express serious concern over the decision by Latvia’s National Electronic Mass Media Council (NEPLP) to revoke the broadcast license of exiled independent Russian TV station Dozhd.

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5 Dec

Multiple journalists threatened and harassed in Serbia, authorities must take urgent action

In the past month in Serbia, several journalists have been targeted by serious threats raising fears for their physical safety. Partners of the Media Freedom Rapid Response and the Safe Journalists Network in condemning in the strongest terms the intimidation.

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1 Dec

Leading editors, lawyers, journalists, publishers, and other experts call on the UK Government to back anti-SLAPP protections to defend media freedom

A model anti-SLAPP Law drafted on behalf of the UK Anti-SLAPP Coalition was sent to the Secretary of State for Justice, Dominic Raab.

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24 Nov

“The evidence of crimes done by the Russian forces will become the textbook of Ukraine’s recent history” – Interview with a Ukrainian Journalist in Residence.

As part of our ongoing series of interviews with JiR fellows, we interviewed a Ukrainian journalist who is now in exile in Leipzig.

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24 Nov

Slovenia: Media freedom groups back legislative efforts to depoliticise public media

Reform aimed at limiting political interference over RTV SLO faces upcoming referendum challenge.

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