Archivio Tag: journalists

Malta. Prof. Azzopardi: “We cannot tolerate a culture of fear”

Andrew Azzopardi

“Even the university should play its part, because fear is the enemy of critical thinking”, said the dean of the Faculty of Social Wellbeing

Unesco reports stories on safety of journalists


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

Survey: In Europe many journalists suffer violence and intimidation

L'assemblea del Consiglio d'Europa (©

from – The most common interference, reported by 69% of the journalists, was psychological violence, including intimidation, threats, slandering and humiliation

OSCE meeting on cooperation Greek – Turkish Cypriot journalists


from – The meeting was the second event of the “Cyprus Dialogue”, launched by the Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media in

Kosovo: media banned from the court


The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is joining its affiliate, the Association of Journalists of Kosovo (AJK), to denounce the ban on media to cover the initial

Ossigeno-SEEMO: Governments must establish agencies to monitor threats to journalists


With a joint statement issued in Belgrade, the NGOs of Rome and Vienna ask to implement the recent Council of  Europe  Recommendation and the UN Resolutions

Press freedom is decreasing, says Commissioner for Human Rights

Nils Muiznieks

On the eve of World Press Freedom Day, Nils Muiznieks paints a worrying international situation and makes proposals to reverse the trend. Interview with Oxygen

Italy. The most dangerous news by Ossigeno. May 2015

Italy. The most dangerous news by Ossigeno. May 2015

The first monthly report created by Ossigeno with the support of the European Union for the European Centre for Freedom of the Press and Media of Leipzig (ECPMF)

Rome. The city council prohibits teachers to speak with journalists


With a reserved directive, dated April 22, 2015, the Head of the Schooling Department, Mariarosaria Turchi, urged teachers not to talk to reporters

OSCE: Journalists should not face criminal charges for their work

Dunja Mijatović © OSCE/Micky Kroell

OSCE Representative says following the criminal indictment against a journalist in Luxembourg

Threatened journalists: 42 cases on the platform of the Council of Europe

L'assemblea del Consiglio d'Europa (©

Five on European soil, none in Italy. The initiative aims to protect media workers under attack through political and diplomatic actions

Defamation. D’Alema announces complaints against journalists for the Ischia case

© WeEnterWinter-Wikipedia

He instructed his lawyers to proceed. To a reporter he said: “Give me your name, I’ll denounce you”. Reply from Order of Journalists, FNSI and Ossigeno: questions