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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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The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) has opened the call for applications from Ukraine for the Journalists-in-Residence Kosovo (JiR Kosovo) Programme.

Partners of the Media Freedom Rapid Response are pleased to announce the launch of PRESSProtect, a brand new platform that gathers and showcases all available support for journalists and media workers in Europe.

ECPMF stockt mit Hilfe der sächsischen Landesregierung Journalists-in-Residence-Programm um 100.000 Euro auf.

01 March 2022 Today, 01 March 2022, the Government of the Republic of Kosovo signed a decree to shelter 20 journalists from Ukraine, in coordination with the European Centre for [...]

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.

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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 […]

Read More

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Czech Republic: MFRR pushes for reforms to strengthen independence of public broadcaster

Representatives from IPI and ECPMF travelled to Prague on 15 June to meet with officials from the Ministry of Culture and push for the development of reforms which strengthen the independence of the country’s public broadcaster.

Feature

Spain: Fine against photographer underscores urgent need for reform of Gag Law

Partners of the MFRR today express serious concern over the recent €1,000 fine issued to Pulitzer prize-winning photographer Javier Bauluz under Spain’s controversial “Gag Law”.

Jobs

Kauffrau/Kaufmann für Büromanagement (w/m/d) – Teilzeit (20Stunden/Woche)

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“You can’t write anything without considering the war, because the war changed everything” – Interview with Ukrainian journalist Maria Grynevych

Maria Grynevych is a Ukrainian journalist and Chief Editor of the news agency Socportal. She has been displaced since the start of the war in Ukraine. Maria is currently participating in ECPMF’s Journalist-in-Residence programme in Leipzig.

General

Vice President of the European Commission Věra Jourová visits ECPMF

On 01 June, Věra Jourová, Vice-President of the European Commission visited the ECPMF office as part of a visit to Leipzig to discuss media freedom, pluralism, and the safety of journalists; in particular in the context of Russia's war in Ukraine.

Press release

Feindbild Journalist 6 – Hatred on the Doorstep

ECPMF, as part of the MFRR, has published the English translation of the 2021 iteration of “Feindbild”, an annual study into politically-motivated violence against journalists in Germany.