Marco Abram | 10 October 2018

Trentino and Yugoslavia narrated through a legend: roots of Marshal Josip Broz Tito in Vallarsa

Croatia, 5 years in the Eu: tourism

Tourism has been growing rapidly in recent years and is an important sector for Croatia, producing almost 20% of GDP and employing about 7% of the workforce. The data in this infographic

Croatia, 5 years in the Eu: economy

Despite the gradual economic growth, the gap between the European Union and Croatia still remains wide. The unemployment rate has dropped, but the percentage of people at risk of poverty remains high. The data in this infographic

Mediafreedom ECPMF

Croatia and the access to public information
1/2/2017 - An interview to Barbara Matejcic, freelance journalist in Croatia
Media freedom and the protection of journalists in the Western Balkans
16/12/2016 - Recently established, the regional platform for media freedom in the Western Balkans warns about the increased use o...
EBU concerned about threat to HRT and public service media in Croatia
29/9/2016 - The EBU is deeply concerned about the threat to HRT in Croatia by plans to make a reduction of the licence fee part...
Croatia: Media Freedom in Turbulent Times
31/8/2016 - A report based on June 2016 Joint International Mission to Croatia warns against government interference in the publ...