Tag Open Letter
10 Aug

Poland: open letter to the Sejm in ‘lex TVN’ matter

An open letter to the Sejm by the members of the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR).

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4 May

Legal threats from fossil fuel firms reinforce call for anti-SLAPP Directive

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22 Apr

MFRR calls on all state bodies in Albania to ensure journalists, media workers and sources are protected

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16 Apr

Greek authorities must thoroughly investigate the shooting of Giorgos Karaivaz

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12 Apr

Italy: Wiretapping of journalists reporting on migration must be investigated

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26 Oct

Action required on threats against journalist Patricia Devlin and her family

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29 Sep

ECPMF and partner organisations write letter of concern to Malta PM over apparent interference in the Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination public inquiry

We are writing to express our grave concern about your Government’s apparent interference with the activities of the independent public inquiry into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, in relation to the timeframe for the fulfilment of its terms of reference.

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28 Sep

MFRR partners express concern over recent attacks on journalists and media workers to North Macedonian Prime Minister

Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) wish to express our concern about several recent attacks on journalists and media workers in North Macedonia.

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16 Sep

ECPMF and MFRR partners write letter to the Greek authorities voicing concern over restricted access for media workers to Moria refugee camp

The Greek authorities are undermining press freedom and threatening the public’s right to know by restricting access for media workers to sites where refugees and asylum seekers are held following the fire that destroyed the Moria camp

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8 Sep

ECPMF and fellow organisations write letter of concern over SLAPP case to the Irish government

The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF), alongside the undersigned press freedom organisations, are writing to raise our concern about legal action that is being taken against the independent news outlet, the Dublin Inquirer, its co-founder Sam Tranum, and its reporter Laoise Neylon.

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