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Media pluralism and democracy: outcomes of the 2016 Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights - Reports

The 2016 European Commission's Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights focused on media pluralism and democracy. A report now presents the aspects debated and key recommended actions

Free Twitter from Wall Street - Campaigns

Twitter is up for sale. Big companies are circling around looking to buy. But what about us, Twitter users? 

Freedom on the Net 2016 - Reports

Published in November 2016, the Freedom House report analyses major developments in the field of information dissemination, particularly during anti-governmental protests

Whistleblowing - Prof. Dirk Voorhoof at #ECPMF2016 Conference - HTML5 video

A detailed academic and practical insight by Professor Voorhoof into the case law of the ECtHR concerning access to information, protection of leaks, whistleblowing and journalists.

Concentration of Media Ownership in Ireland - Reports

A new study on Irish media pluralism (commissioned by MEP Lynn Boylan), presented at the ECPMF Conference 2016, stresses that Ireland has one of the most concentrated media markets in Europe.

Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights' report on Croatia - Reports

Council of Europe Commissione for Human Rights raises concern about weak protection of journalists’ rights and working conditions and the independence of public service media in Croatia

Human Rights in a Positive State - Books

This book critically and comprehensively engages with the European Court of Human Rights’ positive obligations case law, including references to media law matters

Transparency of media ownership in Croatia - Wikipedia Item

The new Wikipedia article "Transparency of media ownership in Croatia " has been released in September 2016. The article is part of the series on "Transparency of media ownership in Europe " and will be followed by other country-specific items

Turkey: State of emergency, state of arbitrary - Reports

Turkey: the abortive coup d’état and the state of emergency in effect since 20 July worsen the crack down against media. A report by Reporters Without Borders