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Cross-Border Investigative Journalism Training for the Western Balkans
The Center for Media, Data, and Society at Central European University in Budapest is announcing an open call for journalists in Albania, Bosnia and...
Radcliffe Institute offers fellowship at Harvard for long-term projects
The Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Program at Harvard is a scholarly community where individuals pursue advanced work across a wide...
Invitation to apply for a workshop on digital investigation, security and handling fake news
Invitation to apply for the workshop "Upgrade of digital investigation, security and handling fake news - an international exchange" for journalists from Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia Berlin, Germany, 18th - 22nd  of November, 2019
International Press Review
(18 – 23 August 2019)
International Press Review
When Russia wants to censor Google  
Daily Caller: The Russian Government asked Google not to spread information concerning “...
Kyrgyzstan Urged To Protect Media Pluralism After Opposition TV's Closure
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on the Kyrgyz authorities to allow the opposition Aprel (April) television channel to resume broadcasting, calling its closure last week a violation of press freedom.

Aprel's closure coincided with the arrest of its owner, former...

EFJ joins call for new European Commission President to prioritise press freedom

The German conservative politician Ursula von der Leyen (CDU) was just elected as the new President of the Commission of the European Union. The European Federation of Journalists co-signed a letter, urging Ms Von der Leyen to prioritise press freedom (...

The New York Times Fighting Against Fake News in Photojournalism Using Blockchain
In a society disrupted by fake news, it has become increasingly difficult to distinguish a manipulated photograph from a real one.