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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Indicators for the level of media freedom and journalists’ safety - Reports

Supported by the European Union, the Association of BH Journalists has produced a report which intends to measure the level of media freedom in the country throughout three main indicators

Montenegro: Indicators for the level of media freedom and journalists’ safety - Reports

Supported by the European Union, the Trade Union of Media of Montenegro has produced a report which intends to measure the country's level of media freedom using three main indicators

Balancing act: Press freedom at risk as EU struggles to match action with values - Reports

In this 2015 report, the Committee to Protect Journalists highlights challenges faced by the EU related to press freedom record. Member states adoption of repressive laws and regulations are as dangerous as the EU failure to act swiftly when countries renege on their commitments

Freedom of media in the Western Balkans - Reports

This report commissioned by the European Parliament analyses media freedom and pluralism in the Western Balkans in light of the EU enlargement policy, providing region-wide monitoring as well as country-specific profiles

Guidelines for EU support to media freedom and media integrity in enlargement countries, 2014-2020 - Reports

No country can join the EU without guaranteeing freedom of expression as a basic human right (Article 49 of the EU Treaty). This document, released by DG Enlargement in February 2014, presents the main points in the EU enlargement agenda on media freedom and integrity

Western Balkans and Turkey. Media and freedom of expression fact-finding and scoping study - Reports

This report commissioned by the European Commission provides four sets of recommendations with close to forty detailed action proposals aiming at improving institutional capacities in the Western Balkans and Turkey to ensure media freedom and freedom of expression

Media freedom and pluralism. Media policy challenges in the Enlarged Europe - Books

Media freedom and pluralism by Beata Klimkiewicz provides a critical analysis of major issues and challenges for media policy in the European Union and Council of Europe member states, at times in which media environments and regulations are undergoing deep transformations