The European Commission plays an active role in supporting freedom and pluralism of media inside EU Member states, in the Enlargement countries and in its external relations.
The DG Communications Networks, Content & Technology (DG Connect) manages the EU Digital Agenda promoting transparency, freedom and diversity in Europe's media landscape. On the DG Connect web page dedicated to media freedom and pluralism you can find several acts, documents and studies on the subject.
The DG Enlargement (DG NEAR) incorporates media freedom and pluralism as principles in the Enlargement negotiation. The European Commission's annual strategy on EU enlargement highlights freedom of expression and media as one of the most important challenges for the countries aspiring to EU membership. Important events sanctioning this commitment are the SpeakUp! Conferences on freedom of expression in the Western Balkans and Turkey.
|Call for proposals: Media Literacy for All||Opportunities||( Publishers )|
|European Commission Public consultation on ‘Media Pluralism and Democracy'||Opportunities||( Publishers )|
|Public Consultation on Public Sector Information||Opportunities||( Publishers )|
|A free and pluralistic media to sustain European democracy||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Corruption in the EU: Guarantees for Whistleblowers Key to Fight Back||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Estimating the Economic Benefits of Whistleblower Protection in Public Procurement||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Guidelines for EU support to media freedom and media integrity in enlargement countries, 2014-2020||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Internet users’ preferences for accessing content online||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Western Balkans and Turkey. Media and freedom of expression fact-finding and scoping study||Reports||( Publishers )|