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Atlatszo.hu - Stakeholders

Established in 2011, Atlatszo.hu is a watchdog NGO and online newspaper for investigative journalism to promote transparency, accountability, and freedom of information in Hungary. It also operates a Tor-based anonymous whistleblowing platform (Magyar leaks ). It is funded by Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation (34%), micro donations (32%), and other sources (34%); it does not accept money from institutions, political parties, and affiliates.

Clube de Jornalistas - Stakeholders

The Clube de Jornalistas (Press Club) was founded in Portugal in 1983. It publishes the quarterly magazine Jornalismo e Jornalistas. Every year it awards the Prémios Gazeta (Gazeta Prizes), the most prestigious award in the journalistic field in Portugal. It has about 700 members.

Investigative Journalism Center of Moldova - Stakeholders

The Investigative Journalism Center of Moldova (Centrul de Investigatii Jurnalistice) is a non-governmental organisation created in 2003. Its main goals include improving the quality of investigative journalism in Moldova, strengthening the skills of investigative journalists, promoting best practices and techniques for investigative journalism, and conducting public awareness campaigns.

Investigative Journalists of Armenia (HETQ) - Stakeholders

Hetq Online has been published since 2001 in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, by the Association of Investigative Journalists NGO. It has been publishing its articles and investigations also in English since 2002. In 2004, the organisation re-registered as the Investigative Journalists NGO. Since 2017, it has been conducting a programme to help develop investigative journalism in Central Asia. 

Tow Center for Digital Journalism - Stakeholders

The Tow Center for Digital Journalism is an institute within the Columbia Journalism School. It was established in 2010 to explore how the development of technology is changing journalism. A multi-year research project on "Platforms and Publishers" is being carried out. 

Electronic Frontier Foundation - Stakeholders

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in the US, aiming to defend civil liberties in the digital world. Founded in 1990, EFF champions user privacy, free expression, and innovation through impact litigation, policy analysis, grassroots activism, and technology development. It works to ensure that rights and freedoms are enhanced and protected as people's use of technology grows.

Pew Research Center - Stakeholders

The Pew Research Center is a non partisan fact tank based in Washington, D.C. conducting public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research in various research areas, including Journalism & Media.

Credibility Coalition - Stakeholders

Credibility Coalition is a group founded in 2017 by Meedan and Hacks/Hackers committed to improving the information ecosystems by exploring the factors that lead to assess the credibility and reliability of an information.

Media Accessibility Platform - Stakeholders

MAP (Media Accessibility Platform) aims to make media accessible to all, regardless of sensorial and linguistic barriers by creating an atlas of research, policies, training and practices in this field. Its beta version was presented in 2016.

Global Council To Build Trust in Media and Fight Misinformation - Stakeholders

The Global Council To Build Trust in Media and Fight Misinformation (GC2FM) is a global initiative aiming at facilitating and actioning realistic, practical and workable solutions to the problem of misinformation. The Council will unite and focus on this issue through four key areas based on the core needs identified during the framing process: first, the creation of a repository of resources and initiatives in the fight of misinformation: second, the creation of a network of individuals, organisations and initiatives; third, foster innovation in order to identify workable solutions; forth, stimulate the industry to speak with a unified voice.

The framing committee of the Global Council is composed by: the Ethical Journalism Network, the European Broadcasting Union, the Global Editors Network, the Global Forum for Media Development, the Online News Association, and WAN-IFRA/World Editor’s Forum.

The Council was launched in April 2018.