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Theories of Journalism in a Digital Age - Introduction - Academic Sources

This special issue introductory article investigates contemporary notions of theory in journalism studies

Bulgaria: The Age of the Oligarchs - Reports

Former journalist Stefan Antonov takes a snapshot of the increasing rule of oligarchy in Bulgaria after 2009, providing facts and figures

Briefing Notes Series on Freedom of Expression - Academic Sources

With these Briefing Notes, the Centre for Law and Democracy provides a summary of key standards regarding freedom of expression. Articulated into twelve chapters, the Notes tackle the topic from different perspectives, including more traditional ones ("Freedom of expression as a Human Right) as well as topic of more recent origin (e.g., Digital Rights)

Global Muckraking - 100 Years of Investigative Journalism from Around the World - Books

An anthology of outstanding investigative journalism, this book edited by Anya Schiffrin advocates for long-form, investigative journalism showing how it has helped, so far, changing the world

Estonia - Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 - Reports

The implementation of the MPM2014 for Estonia shows a medium risk for media pluralism in the country, particularly in the economic field

United Kingdom - Media Pluralism Monitor 2014 - Reports

The implementation of the MPM2014 for the United Kingdom shows a low/medium risk for media pluralism in the country

Media Freedom Indices What They Tell Us – And What They Don’t - Reports

This report by DW Akademie assesses the impact of media freedom rankings, shading light on the different methodologies they adopt and on the strengths and weakness of each ranking

Report by the CoE Commissioner for Human Rights following his visit to Montenegro - Reports

In this report Nils Muiznieks, Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe, following his visit to Montenegro from 17 to 20 March 2014 assesses the state of human rights in Montenegro. The main issues emerged are those pertaining to post war justice and reconciliation, actions needed against discrimination, and freedom of the media

Hate speech in online media in South East Europe - Books

Under what conditions does freedom of speech become freedom to hate? How to deal with hate speech without harming freedom of expression? These are the questions addressed in this book, with a specific focus on the context of South East Europe and Turkey

The safety of journalists and the danger of impunity. Report by the director-general to the intergovernmental council of the IPDC, 29th session - Reports

This report drafted by UNESCO International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) presents a comprehensive picture of the situation regarding Safety of journalists and impunity in the world, with special attention to the period 2012-13