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Wikipedia edit-a-thon in Sofia to support media freedom and democratic commons - Article

20 November 2017 - The second edition of the Wiki4MediaFreedom edit-a-thon will take place in Sofia on November 27th. It will boost the availability of accurate knowledge on media freedom and pluralism in the largest open encyclopedia worldwide

Whistleblowers: looking for European protection - Article

The second of a series of three thematic itineraries to explore the Resource Centre on Media Freedom through a curated aggregation of contents.
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Media freedom in Montenegro: a survey of publications - Article

The first of a series of three thematic itineraries to explore the Resource Centre on Media Freedom through a curated aggregation of contents. 
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Deutsche Welle: Media freedom navigator - Article

The Media Freedom Navigator, developed by Deutsche Well, provides an overview of different media freedom indices

Islam, media object - Article

Islam in the French daily national press - 1997-2015

UK press is the most aggressive in reporting on Europe’s ‘migrant’ crisis - Article

Public opinion has been polarised by the way newspapers are covering this story

Data for Media Freedom - Article

Indexes, surveys and datasets on different aspects impacting media freedom and pluralism across Europe. The contents of this section can be browsed using the menu on the left, filtering results on the basis of the type of data and topics

Wiki4MediaFreedom explained in 10 points - Article

On November 21st, OBC Transeuropa organises in Belgrade a writing marathon of Wikipedia entries on press freedom. The initiative is part of a larger project – here it is, in 10 points

Wikipedia 'edit-a-thon' seeks to boost contents on media freedom and pluralism - Article

An edit-a-thon will take place in Belgrade on November 21st 2016 to boost the availability of accurate knowledge on media freedom in the largest open encyclopedia worldwide

Pavel Sheremet: Keeping his memory alive - Article

Following the killing of the Belarus journalist Pavel Sheremet, OBC contributed to improve and translate his biographical page on Wikipedia