OBCT joins 23 other civil society organizations to call for an end to Russian war crimes against journalists in Ukraine
OBCT joins partners in expressing their solidarity towards media workers who have been reporting on the massacre of Bucha, calling on the international community to continue to support the work of independent media covering the war
One year since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion, MFRR calls for continued solidarity and support for journalists covering the war
The 2021 Monitoring Report offers an overview of media freedom violations in the EU and candidate countries from January to December 2022. It addresses in particular four major developments: the war in Ukraine; the abuse of legal actions to silence legitimate public journalism; the rise in online attacks and environmental reporting.
Together with our MFRR partners, we express concern over the decision to revoke the broadcast license of the independent TV station Dozhd: independent Russian journalism should be provided a safe refuge in Europe
BIRN’s Last Despatches series tells the stories of some of the reporters killed during and after the 1990s war in the Balkans, and highlights how attempts to secure justice for them have not yet succeeded
The article Norbert Werner has been created during the Wiki4MediaFreedom edit-a-thon in Berlin.
This report by the Swedish Government presents an action plan to safeguard and strengthen the democratic discourse against threats and hatred, with special regard to politically elected representatives, journalists and artists
A book based on 32 interviews with war-zone journalists compares yesterday’s and today’s challenges and stresses the importance of ethical journalism
This course explores the intersection of media, information technology, violent conflict, and resistance