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If there is a man who rattles and disturbs creative minds in Kenya then it has to be the one and only Ezekiel Mutua. Every time he tweets or walks to a news conference, the creative world in this great country quivers and runs for safety. 1,044 more words

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Project Censored's Media Freedom Summit w/ Abby Martin, Mnar Muhawesh

Project Censored celebrated their 40th anniversary with a Media Freedom Summit. The main panel was moderated by Abby Martin and featured Mnar Muhawesh of MintPress News, NYU Professor Mark Crispin Miller, and Salon.com founder David Talbot.  30 more words


EU launches “Media and public credibility” project in Bosnia and Herzegovina

SARAJEVO – A new EU-funded project which aims to establish transparency in media ownership, media funding and advertising in Bosnia and Herzegovina was launched at a conference held in Sarajevo on 18 November. 376 more words


Association of Journalists of Macedonia: The European Commission is right to conclude that there is violence against journalists

SKOPJE – The Association of Journalists of Macedonia (AJM) agrees with the European Commission’s assessment that the freedom of the press in Macedonia this year has worsened. 176 more words


Žbogar: All politicians should ensure favorable conditions for credible elections

SKOPJE – The positive side of the report is the recommendation for the opening of the EU talks remains, but under the condition that elections must be credible and that the Pržino Agreement must also be fully implemented, said the EU Ambassador to Skopje, Samuel Žbogar, when he presented the latest report by the European Commission (EC) on Macedonia’s progress. 158 more words


“Tolaz the Parrot” Locked Up: State of Media in Turkey

Academia and media in Turkey have been devastated by two gruesome decree rulings that stripped academics of their work and shut down over a dozen media organisations. 427 more words


OSCE Representative condemns continued arrests of journalists in Turkey, calls on authorities to restore media pluralism

1, November 2016/ By Diplomatic Inteligence

OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović Monday condemned the arrest of the editor-in-chief of the Turkish daily newspaper Cumhuriyet, Murat Sabuncu, and three of its columnists, Güray Öz, Aydın Engin and Kadri Gürsel, the latter is also a member of the board of the International Press Institute. 217 more words