Category SLAPP
21 Oct

The European Anti-SLAPP Conference – Photo Gallery

On 20 October 2022, years of work to shine a light on the issue of SLAPPs in Europe reached a new high point as we hosted the first ever European Anti-SLAPP Conference together with the CASE Coalition. You can now explore the conference photo gallery here.

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21 Oct

Greece: SLAPP award winner Grigoris Dimitriadis urged to drop defamation lawsuits

The undersigned international media freedom and journalists organisations wrote to Grigoris Dimitriadis to express our shared concern about defamation claims filed against investigative journalists and media outlets following your resignation from the role of general secretary in the office of the Greek Prime Minister in August 2022.

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20 Oct

Anti-SLAPP Declaration and Call to Action

To mark the first ever European Anti-SLAPP Conference, CASE calls on governments across Europe to take immediate legislative and practical action to protect journalists and other public watchdogs from SLAPPs.

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20 Sep

Call for Italian political forces to take a stand against SLAPPs

A group of media freedom and journalists' organisations have published a statement outlining a list of measures that must be adopted in order to protect SLAPP victims in Italy.

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24 May

Save the Date: European Anti-SLAPP Conference 2022

ECPMF and the Coalition Against SLAPPs in Europe (CASE) will organise the European Anti-SLAPP Conference under the patronage of the European Parliament on 20 October 2022.

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18 Feb

Lawsuit brought against Forensic News and Scott Stedman deemed a SLAPP

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1 Feb

CSOs and SLAPP victims deliver 200,000-strong petition to EU Commission Vice-President

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21 Dec

Serbia: Wave of lawsuits against investigative portal KRIK chills media freedom

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24 Nov

Nineteen organisations condemn the lawsuits brought against Catherine Belton and HarperCollins, deeming them “SLAPPs”

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8 Oct

Fifteen organisations condemn lawsuits brought by ENRC against the Financial Times, Harper Collins, and journalist Tom Burgis in London

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