The blurred picture of Bulgarian media ownership restricts citizens’ right to information. A study by the Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD)
The Regional Syria Response Hub of United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) has developed a handbook for journalists covering gender-based violence
The Anti-Corruption Council of the Serbian Government has analyzed the media ownership structure and the most significant models of control over media in the period 2011-2014
How do news sites handle online rumors, unverified news, and viral content? Craig Silverman discusses what we know, what journalists are doing, and what they should do
This article explores notions of the public interest in the context of a particular case study, that of Sharleen Spiteri, which raises some important and difficult questions for the ethical practice of journalism.
A survival kit that every investigative journalist should keep in pocket and in mind, provided by UNESCO and Reporter Without Borders on the basis of real experiences
This Training Manual redacted by Media Legal Defence Initiative (MLDI) and the International Press Institute (IPI) is targeted to journalists and lawyers to help them approaching in an informed manner the issue of defamation in their professional activity
The 2015 survey on citizen's trust in media in Bulgaria, produced by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) presents findings related to the perception of media and media communication by politicians and state institutions on the other hand
The South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) published the Manual "Safety Net - Guidelines for Journalists in Extraordinary or Emergency Situations" in the frame of the project 'Safety Net for European Journalists'
Freedom House yearly report on press freedom in Slovakia provides a synthetic overview of media freedom in the country during 2014, highlighting main trends and developments