Stakeholders

Media outlets and organizations monitoring and promoting the freedom of the press, quality and ethics in journalism, media literacy, and transparency

Access Info Europe

Access Info Europe is a human rights organisation based in Madrid (Spain) dedicated to promoting and protecting the right of access to information in Europe as a tool for defending civil liberties and human rights, for facilitating public participation in decision making, and for holding governments accountable.

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ActiveWatch Media Monitoring Agency

ActiveWatch Media Monitoring Agency is a human rights organization based in Bucharest (Romania) that militates for free communication for public interest. ActiveWatch was founded in 1994 as a media monitoring department of the Catavencu Cultural Academy. It promotes 4 major directions of social intervention: good governance policies, freedom of expression, anti-discrimination and media education.

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Albanian Media Institute

The Albanian Media Institute (AMI) is based in Tirana and is engaged in media policy issues such as the improvement of media legislation, Code of Ethics, various issues related to freedom of expression and access to information. The Institute has organized several research works, and provides training courses for journalists.

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Analitika

Analitika - Center for Social Research is a NGO based in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Its mission is to enhance public policy processes with socially relevant, high quality research in the areas of rule of law, public administration reform, media and communcations.

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APADOR-CH

The Association for the Defence of Human Rights in Romania – the Helsinki Committee (APADOR-CH) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization, established in 1990.

APADOR-CH’s Mission is to take action for the protection of human rights and the establishment of equilibrium when they are in danger or infringed upon.

APADOR-CH’s strategic objectives include protection of human rights, improvement of legislative framework regarding freedom of expression and the right to free assembly, increasing transparency and good governance and monitoring police abuses.

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Article 19

Article 19 takes its name from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Headquartered in London since 1987, it operates worldwide to actively promote freedom of expression and information. It campaigns with people around the world for the right to exercise these rights, in particular designing laws and policies that protect free expression, holding abusers and governments to account, and advocate for legal reforms.

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Articolo 21

Born in 2002 and based in Rome, Articolo 21 is an Italian association which brings together journalists, jurists, economists and persons in the field of culture who want to promote the principle of the freedom of expression as stated in Article 21 of the Italian Constitution.

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Asociacioni i Gazetarëve të Kosovës (AGK) - Association of Professional Journalists of Kosovo

Based in Pristina, the Association of Professional Journalists of Kosovo (Asociacioni i Gazetarëve të Kosovës - AGK) is a non-governmental organization affiliated to the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ). The AGK aims to ensure freedom of expression by defending Kosovarian journalists from threats, pressures and physical assaults.

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Association for the Protection of journalistic ethics in the Slovak republic (AONE)

The Association for the Protection of journalistic ethics in the Slovak republic (AONE) was established on October 2, 2001 by representatives of the Slovak Syndicate of Journalists and Slovak Press Publishers’ Association.

The Print-Digital Council (former Press Council) of the Slovak Republic (TR SR) is AONE's executive body and addresses complaints about the possible violation of journalistic ethics, as well as motions concerning restraining the journalists’ access to information.

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Association of BH Journalists (BH Novinari)

Association of BH Journalists (BH Novinari) is a non-political and non-profit journalist association based in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Member of the Association of European Journalists (AEJ), the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ), it connects journalists, freelance journalists, students and other professionals working in the journalistic sector in order to protect the independency of their activities.

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