top news

Online abuse: We need to talk, says IFJ

To mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November, the International Federation of journalists …

How AI can help analyze women’s representation in the news

From automating content production to assisting fact-checking efforts, artificial intelligence (AI) has become more widely used in journalism in …

Serbia: Protect journalists and denounce death threats against them

The partner organisations of the Media Freedom Rapid Response express deep concerns about the death threats against journalists of …

Coalition for Media Freedom and SafeJournalists Network: Dangerous Threats to Danas Daily Journalists to be Urgently Investigated

The Coalition for Media Freedom and SafeJournalists Network are requesting from the responsible institutions of the Republic of Serbia …

IJAS: Serbian List to Stop Discriminating Professional Media

The Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia (IJAS) sent a letter to the Serbian List in Kosovo, demanding that they …

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 …

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, …

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 …

How the BBC’s 50:50 Project is shifting representation in media

Between 2005 and 2015, fewer than one in five experts in the news globally were women, according to a …

Serbian local radio station threatened by powerful businessman

Kantar has been exerting constant and growing pressure on OK Radio for several months because it is opposing his plan to …