Category General
14 Sep

Government of Malta must publish Committee of Experts on Media report

We call on the government of Malta to publish without further delay the report by the Committee of Experts on Media, the body tasked with advising the Government on implementing the recommendations of the Public Inquiry into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia.

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10 Sep

Internship | Practical Support

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15 Aug

Registration now open for UNCOVERED 2023

Returning for its third year, UNCOVERED is the annual conference of the IJ4EU programme and an opportunity for you to network with and learn from Europe's leading cross-border investigative journalists.

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6 Jul

The DSA must ensure public data for public interest research

ECPMF has joined 58 civil society organisations and independent public interest researchers to present a list of key recommendations for the European Commission to implement into the Digital Services Act (DSA).

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28 Jun

EU must prioritise media freedom reforms and human rights in relations with Turkey

The undersigned organisations call on the incoming Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union to place media freedom and human rights front and centre of relations with the newly re-elected Government of Turkey.

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19 May

ECPMF deeply concerned by allocation of court costs to journalist Carole Cadwalladr

We are deeply concerned to hear that the UK Court of Appeal has ordered investigative journalist Carole Cadwalladr to pay 60% of businessman Arron Banks’ High Court costs.

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25 Apr

Turkey: International groups demand release of Kurdish journalists, lawyers, political party officials

On 25 April, coordinated dawn raids in Turkey targeted homes and offices of 126 people including journalists, lawyers, rights defenders, political activists and artists in 21 provinces, based on unclear charges.

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22 Mar

Feindbild Journalist:in 7: Berufsrisiko Nähe

Nach zwei Negativ-Rekorden in Folge ist die Zahl der Angriffe auf Medienschaffende in Deutschland im Jahr 2022 wieder gesunken. Das Europäische Zentrum für Presse- und Medienfreiheit (ECPMF) verzeichnet 56 tätliche Angriffe. Damit wurden 27 Tätlichkeiten weniger registriert als im Jahr 2021.

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3 Mar

Yannis Kotsifos resigns as Chair of ECPMF

Yannis Kotsifos resigns as Chair of European Centre for Press and Media Freedom.

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2 Mar

ECPMF launches new “Opportunities in Exile” project with support from BKM and the Free State of Saxony

The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) has officially launched its latest project to support journalists living and working in exile in Germany.

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