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A suitable case for transplant? The BBC and public service journalism in post-communist Romania - Academic Sources

Can the values of public service journalism be transplanted to a society emerging from dictatorship? This paper is the first detailed account of the BBC's engagement with journalism in Romania after the fall of communism, including a description and evaluation of the journalism training carried out by the BBC in the country in the 1990s

Media freedom and independence in 14 European countries: A comparative perspective - Reports

A comparative analysis across 14 countries and across different types of media services with a view to evaluating and analysing media policy patterns and their contribution to the promotion of media freedom and independence

The citizens' right to information: Law and policy in the EU and its member states - Reports

The study elaborates on the European Union citizens’ right to be informed and to enjoy their right to access information

Guidelines for the application of the Rome Charter: A working tool for accurate media coverage on migration and asylum - Manuals

Media should cover migration-related issues in a thorough and nuanced way, based on solid facts. While the Rome Charter on the one hand suggests guidelines for Italian journalists when reporting on asylum seekers, refugees, victims and migrants, on the other hand this guide focuses on translating the principles affirmed in the code of conduct into practical guidance for journalists

Global Survey on Internet Privacy and Freedom of Expression - Reports

The book maps out the issues in the current regulatory landscape of Internet privacy from the viewpoint of freedom of expression

Journalist Guide – Covering the News in a Dangerous and Changing World - Manuals

The Guide provides information and proposals to journalists reporting stories in potentially harmful environments or about critical issues

Caught in the Wheels of Power: the political, legal and economic constraints on independent media and freedom of the press in Turkey - Reports

Media freedom and independence in the history of the Republic of Turkey. Analysing the media market, practices and regulations with a particular focus on the political and ideological factors that lie behind a repressive media environment

Getting the facts right - Reporting ethnicity & religion - Reports

A study realised by Media Diversity Institute on media coverage of ethnicity and religion in Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Slovakia and the United Kingdom

UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity - Reports

The UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity is a systematic UN-wide plan for a free, safe environment for journalists and media workers

Slovakia: Does Media Policy Promote Media Freedom and Independence? - Reports

In the framework of a project funded by the European Union – “European Media Policies Revisited: Valuing and Reclaiming Free and Independent Media in Contemporary Democratic Systems” – this study combines a country-based study with a comparative analysis across media sectors and media services in Slovakia