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Freedom House - Stakeholders

Freedom House (FH) is an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom and democracy around the world. Freedom House assesses the challenges for media and online freedom in its annual Freedom of the Press and Freedom on the Net reports. The organization supports local efforts to defend freedom of expression and to promote the emergence of alternative media, assists embattled journalists and counteracts the rising tide of government control over the internet. 

Center for International Media Assistance - Stakeholders

The Center for International Media Assistance  (CIMA) is a research and knowledge platform based in Washington, DC that aims to improve the effectiveness of media development around the world.

Mérték Media Monitor - Stakeholders

The Mertek Media Monitor is a watchdog organisation and think tank founded in 2011 in Budapest to contribute to the Hungarian and European discourse on freedom of expression and press freedom. Mertek Media Monitor promotes the transparency of media policy decisions, evaluates media policy measures and lays out its own policy proposals.

European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) - Stakeholders

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is the largest organisation of journalists in Europe, representing over 320,000 journalists in 72 journalists’ organisations across 45 countries.

The EFJ fights for social and professional rights of journalists working in all sectors of the media across Europe through strong trade unions and associations. The EFJ promotes and defends the rights to freedom of expression and information as guaranteed by Article 10 of the European convention on human rights.

The EFJ supports its affiliates to foster trade union development, to recruit new members, and to maintain or create environments in which quality, journalistic independence, pluralism, public service values, and decent work in the media exist.

ARTICLE 19 - Stakeholders

ARTICLE 19  takes its name from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Headquartered in London since 1987, it operates worldwide to actively promote freedom of expression and information. It campaigns with people around the world for the right to exercise these rights, in particular designing laws and policies that protect free expression, holding abusers and governments to account, and advocate for legal reforms.

ARTICLE 19 also provides practical support for journalists and media practitioners under threat.  

Media Diversity Institute Europe - Stakeholders

The Media Diversity Institute (MDI) works internationally to encourage and facilitate responsible media coverage of diversity. It aims to prevent the media from intentionally or unintentionally spreading prejudice, intolerance and hatred.

International Center for Journalists - Stakeholders

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) aims at empowering journalists and engaging citizens with new technologies and best practices in journalism. The International Center for Journalists train journalists, launch news organisations, media associations, journalism schools and news products.

South East Europe Media Organisation - Stakeholders

South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) is a regional non-governmental, non-profit network of editors, media executives and leading journalists from newspapers, magazines, radio and TV stations, news agencies and new media in Southeast Europe. It was founded in October 2000 in Zagreb. With its committees, SEEMO aims to create a bridge between international media activities and the media developments in the region.

SEEMO is among the funding partners of the ECPMF.

Center for Investigative Reporting - Stakeholders

The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIN), funded in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 2004, is dedicated to investigative reporting, aimed toward providing fair and unbiased information, based on evidences and solid proof, to BiH citizens who need to make educated decisions. It focuses on organised crime and corruption and cooperates with a number of international media outlets.

Romanian Centre for Investigative Journalism - Stakeholders

The Romanian Centre for Investigative Journalism (CRJI), founded in 2001, aims to monitor the situations that may limitate the transparence and the freedom of expression or may restrict the typical activities of investigative journalists.CRJI provides resources for journalists and students interested in the field and thus works to enhance the quality of the Romanian investigative journalism.