Tariq Ramadan, professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford University, discusses the impact of the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris on the discourse about Islam
Lecture in German about the "lügenpresse" discussion and rising attacs on journalists in 2015
How can journalists determine what is hate speech? The EJN gives five points which media professionals should review before they publish
In 2016, Turkey became the world's leading jailer of journalists, imprisoning at least 81 reporters, editors, and producers, a record number.
2 November has been proclaimed the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalist by the United Nations General Assembly. It serves as a reminder of what we must do every day to bring issues of criminal impunity to light
The revision of the Greek TV licencing has triggered a major debate over corruption and control of the media. In this video, AthensLive explains recent developments
A detailed academic and practical insight by Professor Voorhoof into the case law of the ECtHR concerning access to information, protection of leaks, whistleblowing and journalists.
During the ECPMF Media Freedom Conference 2016 Kristof Clerix, journalists atKnack and ICIJ, spoke about the source protection in whistleblowing cases with a particular focus on Panama Papers
UNESCO, GIZ and Article19 created an informative animation video on the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights and Freedom of Expression in Africa
An informative video presentation on the overview of the European Court of Human Rights case law concerning freedom of expression, media and journalism in 2015