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Five Years of ECPMF

GOAL : 5555 €

RAISED : 3240 €

On this day ECPMF marks its 5th anniversary.  Help us make the next 5 years even bigger and better. By donating 5 EUR and nominating 5 friends to do the same To support press and media freedom across […]

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Five Years of ECPMF

GOAL : 5555 € RAISED : 3240 €

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ECPMF and partner organisations have written a letter of support for Věra Jourová after she was attacked by Victor Orbán and the Hungarian government

We call on all European institutions to monitor the threats made against Georgian journalist, Giorgi Gabunia and work to support all journalists and media workers in Georgia

ECPMF offers a broad variety of support programmes for threatened and exiled journalists in Germany.

ECPMF financially supports counselling sessions for programme co-ordinators in Germany who work with media professionals in exile and under threat. When delivered, the sessions are designed to help co-ordinators develop strategies of how best to interact with media professionals, bearing in mind the sensitivities of their situations. The aim is to strengthen the personal resilience of the co-ordinators.

This is support offered to ensure immediate and urgent assistance to journalists and media workers who are in danger because of their work. It is for media organisations or practising media professionals in EU Member States (including UK) and candidate countries.

This security fund covers protective measures for editorial offices and media professionals under threat in Germany to minimise the risk of attacks.

The Women’s Reporting Point is for female media workers to report any forms harassment they are subjected to, or that they witness it in their journalistic work. Reports received are given priority, treated confidentially and are only handled by women staff.

This fund supports cross-border investigative journalism in Europe. It gives direct funds to collaborative projects through two funding schemes, one for new projects and one for ongoing projects.

Individual journalists, bloggers, activists, free speech advocates, non-governmental organisations and media outlets – especially those operating in countries with more restrictive governments – can find it difficult to find legal expertise and pay for adequate legal support.

This support programme is for media workers exiled in Germany, irrespective of their origin. It comprises financial assistance for professional qualifications, legal consultations and psychological support.

58%

Five Years of ECPMF

GOAL : 5555 €

RAISED : 3240 €

On this day ECPMF marks its 5th anniversary.  Help us make the next 5 years even bigger and better. By donating 5 EUR and nominating 5 friends to do the same To support press and media freedom across […]

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European Commission must urgently address media market distortion in Hungary

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Serbia: Prison sentence for arson attack on journalist Milan Jovanovic

IJ4EU

#IJ4EU Impact Award for cross-border journalism shortlist announced!

10 nominations shortlisted for #IJ4EU Impact Award

Statement

Our letter to Charles Michel: time for EU Member States to act to protect journalists

Monitor

114 alerts in 4 months – second MFRR monitoring report sheds light on media freedom violations across Europe

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Plea to Ukraine: don’t dilute whistleblower law