Journalists’ Experience and Views on Judicial Transparency in North Macedonia

This study is part of the regional project “Strengthening Media Freedom in Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Serbia” that is funded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands and implemented by the Netherlands Helsinki Committee and Free Press Unlimited in partnership with regional partners: BH Journalist Association, the Association of Journalists Macedonia and the Independent Journalists’Association of Serbia.

This study presents the findings of a survey conducted in North Macedonia with journalists from various media who regularly report on the work of judicial institutions or have some experience and insights into the role of the judiciary. The main purpose of this research study was to gain insight into the relationship between journalists and judicial authorities, to make recommendations on how to facilitate dialogue and cooperation among them and to identify priority areas and activities to transform in the public interest the current ‘antagonistic’ relationship into a partnership.

Author: Davor Pashoski

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Year Country Organisation Author Type
2021 North Macedonia Association of Journalists of Macedonia Pashoski, D. report
Theory of Change Keywords Download/link
Intermediate Outcome 1 judicial institutions, judicial transparency, judiciary, western balkans Download/link