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A comparative analysis of media freedom and pluralism in the EU Member States - Reports

Commissioned at request of the European Parliament LIBE Committee, this study examines existing distortions in media pluralism hampering the proper functioning of democracy and it proposes enforceable actions to correct the deficiencies found

Mapping Media Freedom Q2 2016 - Reports

Violence against journalists in Europe increased in the second quarter of 2016, reports submitted to Index on Censorship’s Mapping Media Freedom platform show

Media Oligarchs go Shopping - Reports

RSF new report focuses on the impact of money’s "invisible prisons" on journalism, examining how oligarchs capture information across the world

Making budgets attractive. Best practices from governments’ financial transparency portals - Reports

OpenBudgets.eu sheds light on the best practices and needs of governments providing open budget data, a crucial tool for financial transparency and journalistic investigation

Freedom of Expression and Protection of Journalistic Sources - Reports

A new extensive report on the Protection of Journalistic Sources drafted by the International Legal Research Group and published by the Council of Europe and ELSA

CEI SEEMO Award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism - Opportunities

The Call is open to nationals of the 18 CEI Member States, until Tuesday, 31 May 2016 (23.59 CEST)

Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 - Monitoring tool

The Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 is a measurement tool updating and testing previous monitoring tools, designed to assess the risks to media pluralism in EU member states

Trust in Media 2016 - Reports

A report by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), explores European citizens’ perception of the trustworthiness of several types of media

ECtHR: Right to information according to Art.10 ECHR- Press or anybody - Legal Resources

The ECtHR rejected on 6 January 2015 a German’s appeal and ruled that public authorities do not necessarily infringe Art. 10 of the Convention by refusing to give information (application no. 70287/11)

Court rules online news sites are not liable for offensive readers’ comments - Legal Resources

In the MTE case, the ECHR tested the principles set forth in the controversial Grand Chamber’s Delfi case concerning the notion of liability of news portals for readers' comment