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International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) - Stakeholders

Established in the aftermath of World War II, IAWRT is a global network of women communicators and researchers. With 14 chapters across the world and members in 54 countries, it strives to meet the urgent global challenges faced by women in and around the media.

Through regional and international conferences, projects, training activities and publications, IAWRT is committed to the enhancement of women’s role and participation in media.

Human Rights Centre - Stakeholders

The Human Rights Centre at the Faculty of Law and Criminology at Ghent University is an academic centre specialized in human rights law.

With a dynamic international team, counting many young researchers, the Centre has broad research and teaching expertise, covering international, regional, national and comparative law of human rights.

Human Rights Centre members work on a range of thematic issues, including legal pluralism, freedom of expression, gender, indigenous peoples’ rights, and the European Court of Human Rights. Members also actively engage with human rights practice by supervising clinical projects and submitting third-party interventions to the European Court of Human Rights.

MFRR Monitoring Report III - Reports

A 4-month-snapshot produced by the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR), covering the reporting period between November 2020 and February 2021 representing the final four month period of the first 12 months of the MFRR

The Global Expression Report 2021 - Reports

The Global Expression Report is ARTICLE 19’s most comprehensive, data-based report that tracks freedom of  expression across the world

Journalism without a Mask. 2020 Annual Survey of Media Freedom in Bulgaria - Reports

This is the fifth edition of the perception survey conducted online by the Association of European Journalists (AEJ) Bulgaria

World Press Freedom Conference 2021 - Article

The 2021 Global Conference is hosted by UNESCO and the Government of Namibia. It will take place on 29 April - 3 May in Windhoek. The event will be a physical and digital experience combining virtual and in-presence participation

Interviewing journalism. Needs and gaps in support for European journalists - Article

A research by Maria Francesca Rita, Sofia Verza and Luisa Chiodi conducted by OBC Transeuropa - as member of the Media Freedom Rapid Response consortium - on the needs of European journalists and the gaps in support mechanisms

Centro di coordinamento sul fenomeno degli atti intimidatori nei confronti dei giornalisti - Monitoring tool

Chaired by the Italian Minister of the Interior, this body monitors, analyses and exchanges information on intimidations against journalists; it promotes studies and researches and gives suggestions to identify strategies to prevent and tackle acts of intimidations

International Academy Belgrade - Stakeholders

International Academy in Belgrade is a specialised NGO for covering the daily life of persons with disabilities, as also of minorities, LGBT community diversities in the society and gender topics. Additional it covers sport topics, health topics, and supports the work of journalists and media in South, East and Central Europe in cooperation with partners.

International Academy is monitoring violations of rights of minorities, persons with disabilities, LGBT community and position of women / men / children in the society, family violence. International Academy publish public reactions.

International Academy Belgrade is partner organisation of the International Institute- International Media Center (II-IMC), South East and Central Europe PR Organisation (SECEPRO) and South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO).

Lithuanian Journalism Center - Stakeholders

The Lithuanian Journalism Centre (LJC) has been established by the Open Society Foundation on 30th of March 1995. The Centre has been registered as an independent non-governmental non-profit organisation for informal education.
The Lithuanian Journalism Centre:

  • organizes mid-career training courses for journalism professionals;
  • offers a 5 months-long journalism course for people without a journalism degree;
  • offers a 5 months-long public relations course for people without a PR degree;
  • organizes Sunday journalism schools for kids and teenagers;
  • organizes a short web-documentary course for youth.
  • organizes conferences, seminars and workshops on journalism and mass media problems;
  • does applied media research and offers insight into communication policies.
  • offers critical thinking, media and information literacy trainings
  • publishes journalism books and methodological materials