The AEJ expressed deep concern that the proposed radical shake-up of Poland’s public TV and radio services would lead to ‘systematic editorial bias’ in favour of the Law and Justice Party, which won a majority in both of Poland’s chambers of parliament in October’s general election.
The "Pressure culture" in the Bulgarian media is on the rise. There are stable tendencies of control and restriction of media pluralism, evidence of which can be observed in the survey on the freedom of speech in Bulgaria for 2015.
Women Deliver’s 4th Global Conference, taking place 16-19 May 2016, invites international journalists interested in health, rights, and well-being of girls and women. More than 2000 organizations from 150 countries are expected to participate.
The conference is targeted at journalists as well as communication experts, students in journalism, representatives of the NGO sector and also civil society activists who are excited by the latest trends in digital media.
Safeguards for freedom of expression and information are considered to be inadequate for journalists or whistleblowers as they would have to proof that a disclosure of a „trade secret“ lies in the public interest.
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