Source: European Commission
The public consultation is open to all. It is of particular relevance for those who have a role in media freedom and pluralism. This includes international organisations, Member States and their different Ministries, agencies and departments, civil society, business and media representatives, including publishers, journalists and reporters, judges, prosecutors, ombudspersons, academics, EU institutions and agencies.
The purpose of the public consultation is to feed into the second Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights which will take place on 17-18 November 2016 . The Colloquium will explore the multiple links between a free and pluralist media space on the one hand and democracy on the other hand.
The consultation will run over 8 weeks and close on 14/07/2016. No contributions will be accepted after the deadline. Tags: