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Media landscape filled with prejudice: Portrayal of Roma people in Serbian media

Roma people are usually only given space in the media when it is either World Roma Day or through …

EFJ’s Mustafa Kuleli: New disinformation law could erase last remnants of freedom in Turkey

Turkey’s parliament yesterday approved a tough new media law that provides for up to three years in prison for …

BAJ statement: Verdicts in the “BelaPAN case” are revenge for professional activity and position

The Minsk Regional Court sentenced journalists of the oldest independent news agency BelaPAN to long terms of imprisonment.   …

World Day for Decent Work: Time for wage justice in journalism

To mark World Day for Decent Work (WDDW) on 7 October the International Federation of journalists (IFJ), the world’s …

UN: IFJ leads call for action to fight impunity

The campaign for a new binding international instrument dedicated to the safety of journalists has been formally launched at …

3 Media Fundraising Campaigns in the Western Balkans to Inspire and Learn From

In the last couple of years, crowdfunding (or online fundraising in general) has become a common topic among, primarily, …

Will the „Ćuruvija case“ end in December, after almost a quarter of a century?

The upcoming December could bring the long-awaited decision of the Court of Appeal and the end of the drama …

How to use open source intelligence data to debunk Russian disinformation

Aself-described “college nerd” sat on a porch in Birmingham, Alabama, explaining via Zoom how he runs one of the …

Russia: 18 journalists arrested during anti-war protests

Over 1,300 people, including 18 journalists, were detained across Russia on Wednesday as rallies against a military mobilization declared …

Belarusian RFE/RL Journalist Released From Penal Colony, Arrives In Lithuania

MINSK — RFE/RL correspondent Aleh Hruzdzilovich, who was sentenced to 18 months in prison by Belarusian authorities for allegedly …