Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom
The Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) is a project co-financed by the European Union in the framework of the European Commission’s on-going effort to improve the protection of media pluralism and media freedom in Europe.
The Centre is headed by Professor Pier Luigi Parcu and its residential team is composed of experts in the following areas: legal studies, new media policies, media markets and economics, political science and political communications. It is also supported by a Group of Experts. The centre headquarters are in Fiesole (Florence).
The aim of the EUI Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom is to enhance the awareness of the importance of freedom and pluralism of the media, to contribute to its protection and promotion and to develop new ideas among academics, policy makers, regulators, market stakeholders, journalists, and all other directly involved professionals who take part in the public debate.
The Centre carries out four specific activities:
- Dissemination of results and outcomes