Mapping Media Freedom tracks limitations, threats and violations that affect media professionals as they do their job in 43 countries.
Alerts filed to the Council of Europe’s Platform to Promote the Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists by partner organisations, including Index on Censorship, since Monday 14 May.
Mezopotamya Agency reporter Seda Taskın is standing trial in a case that has been marred by serious flaws, including ill-treatment
The assault on Bulgarian investigative journalist Hristo Geshov on 10 May 2018 marks the 61st physical assault on a journalist reported to Mapping Media Freedom since the start of 2018.
While the Portuguese media goes through a crisis, the government has taken to hiring unmotivated and underpaid journalists, accelerating the hollowing out of newsrooms. Mapping Media Freedom correspondent João de Almeida Dias spoke to two anonymous former journalists about their transition from newsrooms to government roles.
Journalists’ organisations and international bodies have expressed concern over freedom of the press in Cyprus following revelations that police have questioned journalists about leaked emails