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Save the Balkan Rivers: Resisting Hydroelectric Power Plants in the Balkans and Albania
16/1/2019 - The European Parliamentary Group of the European United Left / Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL) is organising a conferenc...
Montenegro: Jovo Martinovic sentenced to 18 months in jail
15/1/2019 - A court in Montenegro today sentenced the independent journalist Jovo Martinović to 18 months in jail. The ECPMF and...



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Tools and facilities to protect journalists in Europe 
video iconTom Law on Media Literacy for newsrooms
Last December Tom Law from the "Ethical Journalism Network" (EJN) held a training at the Centre for International Cooperation in Trento on "Media Literacy": what does...
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It is one of the most beautiful lakes in Slovenia, located in the heart of the Trglav park. You can still breathe the atmosphere of an Alpine culture that has not lost its typicality

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Cultivating the land in villages on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border is very dangerous. Nevertheless there are those who go on, dreaming of peace


Five years ago, on July 1st, 2013, Croatia joined the European Union - a historical step for a country heavily marked by the conflicts of the 1990s. But, what have these 5 years meant for the country? 


How has journalism evolved in the state that does not exist since the 1990s? A meeting with Nikolaj Kuzmin, journalist and activist of ILC Apriori in Tiraspol, a space for legal assistance and promotion of human rights

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