IJAS Launched Platform for the Safety of Journalists – “On the...

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Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia (IJAS) has launched a platform for the safety of journalists "On the line" (https://prvalinija.nuns.rs/), which contains resources and tools...

SMCG on the eve of Journalists’ Day: Urgently improve the position...

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PODGORICA, 22.01.2023. - Montenegrin journalists and media workers welcome another Day of Journalists, January 23, in conditions that are often humiliating and do not...

Commission for investigations of attacks on journalists: Omissions in the case...

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PODGORICA, 19.01.2023. - The commission for monitoring the actions of competent authorities in investigations into attacks on journalists indicated that the investigating authorities did...

EFJ and IFJ call on the Ukrainian government to reform the...

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Ukrainian journalists’ organizations are sounding the alarm. The new Media Law signed by President Zelensky threatens media freedom. The International and European Federations of...

Journalist Jovo Martinovic was acquitted of drug smuggling charges

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PODGORICA, 17.01.2023. - Journalist Jovo Martinovic was acquitted today of drug smuggling charges. The judgment was pronounced in the Court of Appeal of Montenegro. "I...

Three Things You Should Know About Serbian Media 1-15 January

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> Dogs maul journalist to death  Belgrade-based journalist and analyst Vladan Radosavljević (62) succumbed on 4th January after being attacked by dogs in a village on Mount...

EFJ publishes position on the European Media Freedom Act

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The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) today publishes its position on the draft proposal for the  European Media Freedom Act (EMFA), which was adopted by its Steering Committee...

Human Rights Watch: Slow prosecution of war crimes and weak media...

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NEW YORK – The human rights crisis in the world in 2022 deepened with the war in Ukraine, the insistence on the „zero covid“...

Rudić: Last year, 79 cases of attacks against journalists in BiH...

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SARAJEVO, 12.01.2023. – Last year, the Free Media Help Line reported a total of 79 cases of attacks on journalists in Bosnia and Herzegovina. According...

BH Journalists: Urgently investigate and sanction threats to journalist Ćosić and...

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Sarajevo/Banja Luka, 12.01.2023. – The Steering Committee of the BH Journalists Association and the Free Media Help Line (FMHL) strongly condemn the threats addressed...

BH Journalists: Urgently investigate the attacks on the Hercegovina.info newsroom

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SARAJEVO, 11.01.2023. – The Steering Committee of the BH Journalists Association strongly condemns the pressures and attacks on the Hercegovina.info newsrooom and demands from the...

Climate journalists exposed to repeated pressure and legal risks

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Several journalists and media workers working on environmental and climate stories have been subjected to threats and obstruction to press work in 2022, hindering...

N1 Croatia to join EU project for combating disinformation

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N1 Croatia is becoming part of one of the latest European centres for combating disinformation. In early December, the European Commission selected six new regional...

BH Journalists: Public appeal to the Mostar authorities to urgently remove...

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Sarajevo/Banja Luka, 28.12.2022. - The Steering Committee of the BH Journalists Association calls on the city authorities of Mostar and the Police of Herzegovina-Neretva...

Kosovo: ECPMF and EFJ welcome new support for Afghan journalists

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Today, the Government of Kosovo announced that it will offer shelter to five journalists fleeing persecution in Afghanistan. The journalists will receive housing, a...

REM chief on fifth broadcasting license: ‘No can do’ with an...

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Serbian Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media (REM) Council chair Olivera Zekic said that the government is not exerting any pressure on the REM but...

Serbian Govt: Draft Law on Internal Affairs withdrawn from procedure

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In consultation and in agreement with Minister of the Interior Bratislav Gasic, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic has ordered that the Draft Law on...

Electronic media regulator ends strike

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Following an urgent meeting held Wednesday, Serbia’s Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media (REM) decided to end its days-long strike, REM member Judita Popovic confirmed...

New help to the media: More than 360,000 to print and...

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PODGORICA, 22.12.2022. - The Ministry of Culture and Media allocated a new 367,000 euros for print media and portals, as part of the distribution...

Nova S sues Serbian electronic media regulator

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Nova S has filed a lawsuit against the Serbian Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media (REM) for its failure to pass a decision on the...

Parliamentary Committee adopts conclusion in support of REM

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The Serbian Parliament Culture and Information Committee adopted Tuesday a conclusion stating that the Committee unequivocally supports the Regulatory Authority for Electronic Media (REM)...