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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

Spain's 'gag laws' - Legal Resources

The 'gag laws', most popularly known as 'Ley Mordaza' or 'leys mordaza', have been found to systematically violate citizens' rights in Spain since their implementation last year. The organisation PDLI is following the situation closely and provides a guide on what the laws mean and what they have caused to journalists so far

A comparative analysis of media freedom and pluralism in the EU Member States - Reports

Commissioned at request of the European Parliament LIBE Committee, this study examines existing distortions in media pluralism hampering the proper functioning of democracy and it proposes enforceable actions to correct the deficiencies found

The Impact of Media Freedom, Internet Access and Governmental Online Service Delivery on Corruption - Academic Sources

What's the impact that media freedom, internet access and governmental online service delivery have on corruption? A cross-national study uses secondary data for 157 countries to answer this question  

Solidarity campaign with Turkish journalists: how to help - Campaigns

EFJ and IFJ launched a solidarity campaign with the Turkish journalists following the new attacks on press freedom and human rights in Turkey since the coup attempt on 15 July

Freedom of Expression, Media and Information in Kosovo - Reports

An assessment based on Council of Europe indicators for media in a democracy

Austerity, solidarity, and alternative media practices in Greece - Reports

An analysis of the ways evolving communication practices on social media have shaped the nature and character of solidarity and cooperative initiatives in Greece over the last few years

Journalists and media in Ukraine after Euromaidan - Reports

Reporters without Borders assessment of Ukrainian media landscape after Euromaidan revolution

Press freedom in 'post-democracy' Greece - Reports

Nine journalists were sanctioned by the Disciplinary Board of the Journalists’ Union of Athens following an investigation into the skewed coverage of the bailout referendum of July 2015. However, the issue is structural and involves the way mainstream media have been covering the financial crisis and austerity policy for several years

Protect foreign journalists from German intelligence surveillance - Campaigns

Germany wants to pass a bill which allows intelligence to control foreign journalist