2022 Nations in Transit Report Calls for Support to Independent Media
Freedom House has published the 2022 Nations in Transit (NIT) Report, Democratic […]
Increasing media viability through research in Latin-America
As part of the VIMES (Viable Independent Media in Empowered Societies) project […]
Media Viability: A Precondition to Journalism as a Public Good
UNESCO has launched the third global edition of its flagship series of […]
New FPU report: national consultations on solutions to promote media viability while preserving media independence
The economic crisis following the global pandemic has negatively impacted the entire […]
Civil society data on safety of journalists neglected by UN member states
In cooperation with local partners, FPU published reports that highlight quality civil society efforts to monitor infringements on the safety of journalists and public access to information. This blogpost explains the rationale for this research project, and the VNR procedure.
Threats to Women Journalists in Q1 of 2021
Recently, the Coalition for Women in Journalism (CFWIJ) published its first quarterly report of this year, which presents an image of the threats that women journalists around the world faced between January to April 2021. This post highlights the main findings of this report.
Media Viability: Tackling Big Tech
By Michael Pavičić Introduction 2020, and 2021 thus far, have proven to […]
Covid-19 Procurement and Global Challenges to Access to Information (ATI)
By Nino Japarashvili It is generally accepted that corruption thrives in times […]
How to do a country gender analysis?
By Saskia Nijhof Free Press Unlimited takes part in a media coalition […]
Independent Media Resisting Shrinking Civic Space in Europe
By Tim Schoot Uiterkamp On Wednesday the 12th of May, Free Press […]
‘Wanted! Real action for media freedom in Europe’: report by the Safety of Journalists Platform
Every year, the Safety of Journalists Platform of the Council of Europe publishes an annual report drawing on the alerts raised on the Platform and related evidence. This post highlights the key developments mentioned in the report.
Safety trainings: looking back on 2020 and forward to 2021
In December 2020 the ACOS Alliance Annual Safety Coordination meeting took place. Safety trainings was among the topics that were discussed. During the meeting, the participants both looked back on 2020, and looked forward to 2021, in relation to the provision of safety trainings.