Category Monitor
23 Sep

Launch of the German Press Freedom Police Codex in Leipzig

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7 Aug

Media in Turkey: a testing ground of censorship and control

Turkey is currently the largest prison for journalists in the world, with over 80 media workers in detention. The Turkish parliament has now passed a law that gives the government more control over social networks. This article analyses the situation of the Turkish media.

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30 Jul

126 alerts in 4 months – first MFRR-report documents severe threats to media freedom across Europe

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23 Jul

MPM2020: Media in Europe face multiple threats, new Media Pluralism Monitor shows

The 2020 Media Pluralism Monitor confirms mounting harassment against journalists, media outlets face increasing economic uncertainty, as online media sphere fails to reinforce pluralism.

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21 Jul

ЕЦПМФ и партнерске организације написале су писмо српској влади позивајући их да бране слободу штампе и медија након протеста.

ЕЦПМФ и партнерске организације написале су писмо српској влади позивајући их да бране слободу штампе и медија након протеста.

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21 Jul

ECPMF and partner organisations write letter to Serbian government urging them to defend press and media freedom following protests

ECPMF and partner organisations have written a letter to the Serbian government urging them to defend press and media freedom following following days of violent protests accross the country where many journalists were attacked

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15 Jul

MFRR partners raise concerns over proposed low funding for opposition media outlets in Greece

The undersigned partners of the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR), have expressed serious concerns over the recent exclusion and side-lining of critical media outlets during a recent government support package in Greece.

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6 May

Media freedom made in Scandinavia – examples of best practice

ECPMF and partners launch the promising final report on the fact-finding mission "Best Practice" to Denmark in Sweden, conducted in December 2019.

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6 May

Threats to journalists: The ’new normal’ in Germany

The first month of 2020 shows that journalists continue to face violent attacks against members of their profession. In January alone, media workers were attacked in five different incidents.

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3 May

COVID19 and World Press Freedom Day: Denmark provides a survival kit for media outlets

This World Press Freedom Day is even more difficult than usual for media outlets and journalists. Yet Denmark is leading the way to a stable future for quality journalism and media plurality – even in these circumstances.

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