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N1 correspondent threatened over protest report

Threats were made against N1’s Novi Sad correspondent over a report from a protest in that city.   Correspondent …

EFJ Manifesto for 2024 EU elections: Stand up for journalism as a public good

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) today launched its Manifesto ahead of the 2024 EU Elections. With the motto …

IWD: Safeguarding women journalists in the digital age

On International Women’s Day, MFRR coalition partners publish a critical examination of attacks against women journalists in the European …

Physical confrontation with journalist in Serbia is unacceptable and must be sanctioned

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) joined the SafeJournalists Network and the Media Freedom Rapid Response partners in strongly condemning the behaviour of the local …

Sapic: My position unchanged, I will not answer N1 reporters’ questions

Head of the temporary body governing the Serbian capital and former mayor Aleksandar Sapic said his position remains unchanged …

Report says Serbian media at risk of political control

A report on the most influential media and media companies in Serbia showed that the risk of state control …

Freedom House: Rights and liberties eroded by SNS

Freedom House said in its latest report on the state of democracy in the world that political rights and …

EFJ welcomes the adoption of the Anti-SLAPP Directive, expects Member States to measure up to the task

The European Parliament today adopted with an overwhelming majority (546 in favour, 47 against, 31 abstentions) the Anti-SLAPP Directive, …

European Commission study calls for greater transparency in public financing of news media

A new study released by the European Commission on “Public financing of news media in the EU”, calls for transparency, independence …

UNESCO Survey to assess the Safety of Environmental Journalists

UNESCO, the United Nations agency responsible for the protection and safety of journalists, of which the IFJ is an …