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2019 World Press Freedom Index - Monitoring tool

Only 24% of the 180 countries and territories considered are classified as “good” (coloured white on the Press Freedom Map) or “fairly good” (yellow), as opposed to 26% last year. These are the main findings of this year’s Index by Reporters Without Borders

SOMA, Social Observatory for Disinformation and Social Media Analysis - Monitoring tool

A platform with infrastructure and connections to support experts in their activity against disinformation, with verification tools, algorithms, and processes

Last Despatches - Monitoring tool

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

European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) - Monitoring tool

An online platform bringing scientist, journalists and policymakers together in order to communicate science better was launched in 2017 as a project of the European Parliament’s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA)

NewsGuard - Monitoring tool

A browser extension rating news websites based on their trustworthiness.

Political Ads on Facebook - Monitoring tool

ProPublica has launched a database of political ads showed on Facebook, including each ad's targeting details.

2018 World Press Freedom Index - Monitoring tool

The 2018 World Press Freedom Index highlights that political leaders are openly encouraging hostility towards the media, not only in authoritarian countries

Mèdia.cat - Monitoring tool

Mèdia.cat is an online platform that detect media bias and media freedom violations in the Catalan countries

Expression Interrupted - Monitoring tool

Expression Interrupted is a website dedicated to tracking the legal process against journalists and academics in Turkey

Monitoring Media Pluralism in Europe: Application of the Media Pluralism Monitor 2016 in the European Union, Montenegro and Turkey - Monitoring tool

The 2016 report by the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom raises significant concern for media pluralism in the 28 European Union member states under examination and in two candidate states, Montenegro and Turkey