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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

International Media Support (IMS) annual report - Reports

Sustaining indipendent media in times of conflict 

Mapping structural conditions for journalism in Serbia - Reports

This MeCODEM working paper aims to systematically and comprehensively map the structural conditions relevant to journalism and conflict communication in Serbia

What We Talk About When We Talk About “Media Independence” - Academic Sources

How do we frame media independence? Does the concept apply equally to commercial and public media? How does digital transformation impact on media independence?

Defining media freedom in international policy debates - Academic Sources

Andrei Richter examines the transformation of notions of media freedom in post-war history

European Commission Public consultation on ‘Media Pluralism and Democracy' - Opportunities

In the frame of the 2016 Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights, the European Commission opens a public consultation on ‘Media Pluralism and Democracy'

Festival of Free Speech - Free Press Unlimited (Netherlands) - HTML5 video

Press freedom declined to its lowest point in 12 years in 2015, as political, criminal, and terrorist forces sought to co-opt or silence the media in their broader struggle for power. Video credit: Free Press Unlimited and SAZZA, based on data from the Freedom House annual report Freedom of the Press 2016.