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Serbian President offends N1

An N1 reporter asked him about demands by Croatian politicians to put him on trial for alleged war mongering …

Turkey 2021 Media Monitoring Report: 80% of journalists think their work is increasingly worthless

According to the Media Monitoring Report, “in 2021, no steps were taken for the betterment of the conditions troubling freedom …

Montenegro: SMCG launched new video series on collective bargaining

Each of the ten episodes will offer insights into the trade union world. Using a combination of traditional and …

CITIZENS MUST FIGHT FOR FREE MEDIA

Without media freedom and an independent journalistic profession, it is not possible to hear the voices of the disenfranchised …

SafeJournalists: Endangered safety of journalist in Croatia

Through the Telegram application, Sidorov reacted to the announcement of their threats to Haidar Diab and, among other things, …

Serbia ranked lowest in region on World Press Freedom Index

According to the 2022 World Press Freedom Index rankings, Serbia has advanced 14 places but its average grade was lower – …

EU Anti-SLAPP Initiative Encouraging: all eyes on Member States

Commenting on the need of the directive Vera Jourova, Vice-President of the European Commission for Values and Transparency said: “It …

WPFD: EFJ calls on European governments to protect journalism

Cases of spying on journalists and media workers using sophisticated spyware programs have multiplied in recent years all over …

OSCE Media Freedom Representative concerned over recent targeting of media workers in Serbia

The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Teresa Ribeiro, expressed her concern today over the recent targeting of …

Russia charges journalists with disseminating ‘fakes’ about the military; reporter Maria Ponomarenko detained

On March 4, President Vladimir Putin enacted amendments to the Russian criminal code imposing prison terms for spreading “fake” information about …