Ossigeno per l'Informazione
Ossigeno per l’Informazione is a monitoring organization focusing on threatened journalists and news overshadowed by violence in Italy. Ossigeno was established in 2008 by the National Federation of the Italian Press (FNSI) and the Italian Journalists' Order (ODG) together with Libera Informazione, Unione Nazionale Cronisti Italiani and Articolo 21.
Ossigeno aims to document all the Italian cases of violent or abusive limitations on freedom of expression against journalists, writers, intellectuals, politicians, trade unionists, public officials and other citizens, paying special attention to the effects of criminal organisations. The Observatory performs continuous monitoring of threatened journalists, presenting their stories online and through annual reports published in different languages.
Ossigeno also provides pratical support for journalists and media practitioners under threat.
|The Oxygen Method: New lenses to see the hidden censorship||Manuals||( Publishers )|
|Demonising the media: Threats to journalists in Europe||Reports|
|Italy: the most dangerous news as of December 2015||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Joint International Press Freedom Mission to Hungary: conclusions||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Ossigeno informazione mid-2016 report||Reports||( Publishers )|
|Shut up or I'll sue you! The Effects of the Laws on Libel in Italy||Reports||( Publishers )|