Infographics

Infographics produced by different media outlets and research centres, focused on specific aspects related to media freedom in Europea

Erdoğan’s ‘New Turkey’ Cancels Out Critical Journalism (January - March 2016)

04/05/2016

Bianet Media Monitoring report highlights that in the first 3 months of 2016, in Turkey, 5 journalists have been convicted on charges of “defaming the president”, 22 others have newly been put on trial for the same charges and legal action has been taken against 53 journalists

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Access Info Europe: Accessing companies registers #3

02/02/2016

In the wake the commitment to guarantee the right to access information of public relevance, Access Info Europe has filed requests to 32 European countries to obtain the access to the company register database. This infographic shows the cost (in euros) for accessing each individual company record, as well as each country's entire company registers database.

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Access Info Europe: Accessing companies registers #2

02/02/2016

In the wake the commitment to guarantee the right to access information of public relevance, Access Info Europe has filed requests to 32 European countries to obtain the access to the company register database. This infographic shows how many working days it took for each one of the countries surveyed to answer the access to information request.

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Access Info Europe: Accessing companies registers #1

02/02/2016

In the wake the commitment to guarantee the right to access information of public relevance, Access Info Europe has filed requests to 32 European countries to obtain the access to the company register database. This infographic shows the results received and the reasons put forward by authorities to deny access

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Media in Turkey in Last Three Months of 2015 - You Name the Title

29/01/2016

The Independent Communication Network Bianet releases periodic reports on the situation of media in Turkey. For the period October - December 2015, the report provocatively invites the readers to name the title for this issue: indeed, it could be not much different from previous ones appeared in the last 5 years, as the situation is constantly worsening.

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The Cost of Freedom of Expression

28/01/2016

In 2014, UNESCO launched an Infographic Competition on the topic Raising Awareness to End Impunity.This was the entry selected as the best one to represent challenges and consequences of attacks against journalists and impunity.

The infographic presents data referring to the period 2006-2013, providing detailed information about the number of journalists killed, their professional position, gender and type of media for which they were working.

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Europe’s journalists subjected to increasing levels of harassment

22/01/2016

Index on Censorship provides an overview of the violations of media freedom recorded through the project Mapping Media Freedom. Between 1 May and 30 September 2015, 285 violations of media freedom in Europe have been recorded and verified. More than a third of the incidents – 108 cases – included harassment against journalists

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World Press Freedom Index 2015: Decline on all fronts

22/01/2016

The Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index ranks the performance of 180 countries according to a range of criteria that include media pluralism and independence, respect for the safety and freedom of journalists, and the legislative, institutional and infrastructural environment in which the media operate.

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Freedom of speech violations in Ukraine, 2015

18/01/2016

In 2015 violations of press freedom declined in Ukraine compared to the previous year, but problems continue particularly in the field of access to information

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