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Peace journalism handbook - Manuals

Bianet released a handbook on Peace-Journalism, proposing a professional model that is human rights-oriented, fair instead than “objective” and infused with feminist theory

The Trust Factor: EJN Review of Journalism and Self-regulation - Reports

How to build trust with the audience in modern journalism

Macedonia in the digital age – between the rights and responsibilities while communicating on Internet - Reports

An overview of the legal framework, the implementation and the role of the self-regulatory mechanisms in the sphere of online media and communications in Macedonia

Propaganda and Freedom of the Media - Reports

In response to the increasing impact of propaganda witnessed within the conflict in Ukraine, this treatise developed by the OSCE Representative’s Office offers an in-depth look at the legal and historical basis against propaganda and provides suggestions to tackle it

Backgrounds, Experiences and Responses to Online Hate Speech: A Comparative Cross-Country Analysis - Reports

With funding from the EU's Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme, a recent report by the PRISM project has empirically investigated online hate speech in France, Italy, Romania, Spain and the UK

Eroding Freedoms: Media and Soft Censorship in Montenegro - Reports

This report published by WAN-IFRA, the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA), and the Montenegrin Centre for Civic Education (CCE) focuses on the impact of soft-censorship in quickening an already serious decline in media independence in Montenegro 

Reporting neighbours in Balkan media - Reports

What do the Western Balkan countries say about each other in their media outlets? The studies presented in this publication give some answers

Safety and solidarity for journalists in Ukraine 2014: a handbook for journalists unions facing a crisis - Manuals

This handbook published by International Federation of Journalists, in cooperation with the Independent Media Trade Union of Ukraine, The National Union of Journalists of Ukraine and the Russian Union of Journalists of Ukraine.  It examines the specific challenges confronting journalists and journalists' associations when operating in conflict settings such as the Ukrainina one

Hate speech and xenophobia. Media monitoring report 2014-2015 - Reports

The report exposes the incidence of hate speech and xenophobia on Georgian media and public domain

A needs assessment of the Media Councils in South East Europe - Reports

This report commissioned by UNESCO and funded by the EU is the first comprehensive regional study on journalism's self-regulatory bodies aims to strengthen their functioning and the overall media accountability in South East Europe