Which role can national regulatory authorities play in tackling hate speech? Experience and issues faced in this report focused on the Western Balkan countries
The report “Media manipulation and disinformation online” explores how Internet subcultures and radicalised groups, including far-right activists in the United States, exploit web opportunities to influence the mainstream media agenda
"No Hate Speech Movement" is a youth campaign of the Council of Europe aiming to reduce the levels of acceptance of hate speech
The study by the Media Governance and Industries Research Lab (University of Vienna) examines how far-right and populist political parties affect independent journalism in democracies and the specific threats they pose to it in 12 European countries: Austria; Bosnia & Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; France; Germany; Hungary; Italy; Montenegro; Poland; Romania; and Serbia.
The King’s College London’s Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power provides the first study based on web articles. According to the collected data, the core messages of Leave campaign were better covered by online British media
The Balkan Barometer, compiled by the Regional Cooperation Council, conveys information about the perceptions of the general public on social, economic and political issues including media objectivity in 7 countries of South East Europe
The second media literacy workshop organised by CMFE and COMMIT will take place in Olsztyn, Poland, on June 8-9, 2017.
The recent decision by the ECtHR in Pihl v. Sweden marks a new step in the definition of the emerging jurisprudence on liability of online intermediaries
Online abuse is a daily issue for journalists. The International Press Institute interviewed media workers in Hungary about their experience with online harassment
This opinion survey published in November 2016 explores the perceptions of European citizens regarding pluralism and independence of their national private and public media