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Conference recordings, documentaries and informative videos raising awareness on topics related to media freedom in Europe

Post-truth: what is it and what can we do about it?

The conference "Post-truth: what is it and what can we do about it?", organised by the Royal Statistical Society (UK), debated the issue of fake news and took into consideration what is really new about it, and what can be done to promote evidence and facts, with a focus on the UK

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Killing Pavel: a OCCRP documentary

​On 20 July 2016 Belarusian investigative journalist Pavel Sheremet died in a car explosion in Kyiv, Ukraine. He was a critic of authoritarian presidencies in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. The case is still unsolved, although the Ukraine Prosecutor's Office labelled the death a 'murder'. For over nine months, reporters from OCCRP and Slidstvo.Info conducted their own investigation, both into the murder and into the police probe – and recorded every step of the way. “Killing Pavel” is the result of these efforts

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Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2017

This video highlights some of the key facts and figures from the 2017 Digital News Report by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in under two minutes

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Soft censorship as a threat to journalism in Montenegro

Daliborka Uljarevic, Executive Director of Center for Civic Education (CGO), speaks for SEE Media Observatory about the media and soft censorship in Montenegro. In Montenegro, soft censorship is exercised primarily through politicised, discretionary and non-transparent distribution of public money and subsidies to media

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Double standard of freedom of expression

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

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Physical attacks against journalists - the hatred against "lügenpresse"

Lecture in German about the "lügenpresse" discussion and rising attacs on journalists in 2015

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The EJN 5 Point Test For Hate Speech

How can journalists determine what is hate speech? The EJN gives five points which media professionals should review before they publish

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Turkey: A Prison for Journalists

In 2016, Turkey became the world's leading jailer of journalists, imprisoning at least 81 reporters, editors, and producers, a record number.

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#EndImpunity for crimes against journalists

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

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The Greek TV Licencing Series Story Explained

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

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