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Polish tv insults journalist for a question scope bothering the government

Dorota Bawolek, correspondent from Brussels, had spoken at a briefing of the European Commission

Unesco reports on safety of journalists

A collection of stories and case studies meant to inspire others and to raise awareness | The proposal to recognise journalism as a world heritage under threat

This week in Italy 32 threats

Between 15th and 21st July, 2017, Ossigeno has verified and made know 32 cases of intimidation occurred in Italy against journalists and information operators targeted because of their work: Palermo Journalists (Austria); Natalia Aspesi, Federica Bianchi, Manuela Cavalieri, Francesca Mannocchi, Sabina Minardi, Donatella Mulvoni, Valeria Parrella, Chiara Saraceno, Gayatri Spivak; Giovanni Tizian, Tommaso Cerno (Lazio); Enna Journalists (Sicilia); Gabriele Piccardo (Liguria); Francesca Lagatta (Calabria).

Imperia. He attacked journalist. Former deputy mayor sentenced in appeal

In 2011, while undergoing a search in the Town Hall, Rodolfo Leone pushed the journalist Gabriele Piccardo away

Palermo football. “You’ve gone too far”. Poster against reporters and team manager

Also offenses and insults in chants and on Facebook. It happened in Austria where the team is in their summer retreat. Assostampa and USSI Sicilia defend the reporters

Enna. Reporters are too fast. Criminal lawyers protest

The Criminal Chamber threatens measures by talking about information published in the newspapers before it being reported to the suspects. That’s not so, is the reply

Lawyer proves “l’Espresso” wrong and files lawsuit for damages

Giuseppe Luppino is quoted in an article by Giovanni Tizian which speaks of the Piromalli clan as the empire of evil. The weekly confirms it

Wave of insults for investigation into maschilism . “Hens”. “Fire them”

Attacked via email and on Facebook the nine authors who signed articles that describe episodes of gender and sexual violence

Italy. Twenty journalists under police escort, say Government to Ossigeno

65% lives in the Lazio region. The unpublished figures illustrated for the first time during the National Council of the Order convened in Rome

Protection for journalists. The Un enters the fray in force

Presented in Geneva a plan for the mobilization of all United Nations Agencies, greater resources and goals in individual countries

Prizes

Ossigeno grant for dissertations and thesis on Press freedom

Students from every university in the European Union can participate to the “Ossigeno – Mario Paolo Grego Prize”

Better Understanding. The Dr Erhard Busek-SEEMO Award 2017

Call for 2017 Dr Erhard Busek-SEEMO Award for Better Understanding in South, Eastern and Central Europe

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