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Working Together for Media Freedom

European Journalism Centre's Media NGO Network brings together a diverse group of organisations, working in a range of countries and regions for a common end goal - the promotion and support of independent, reliable and transparent media.

The Media NGO Network, and this online group, aims to encourage dialogue between all members as well as the organisations they represent.

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The European Journalism Centre announces journalism grants for innovation in development reporting

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Hold on to your hats everyone, I've got some good news: The European Journalism Centre is proud to announce that it has received financial support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to…Continue

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NGO Media Training

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 NGO Media Outreach: Using the Media as an Advocacy ToolProduced by the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, September 2003 Harnessing the Power of the Media.  The Importance of the Media…Continue

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Hello Everyone!I was just going through some of the groups the other day and seeing how everything was going when I noticed something about the Media NGO Network group. We have a lot of members and…Continue

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Comment by Hatef Mokhtar on April 12, 2012 at 0:57

Armed For The Quill an International organization based in Oslo, Norway working for protection of journalists and press freedom. It do advocacy to support human rights values in particular Freedom of Speech and democracy. It is against all kinds of dictatorships.  AFTQ believes in ethical journalism and equality in terms human freedom and his expressions.

http://aftq.org

Comment by Bianca Lemmens on February 1, 2012 at 12:24

Sándor Orbán, programme director of the South East European Network for Professionalization of Media (SEENPM), discusses in a recent blog on the Committee to Protect Journalists website the press freedom situation in Hungary, as part of a broader trend of politically-driven clamp downs on journalists and independent media in the region.

Comment by Johan Flyckt on June 14, 2011 at 18:09
Im really hopeful for som european future for community journalism after the Tune into diversity conference in Haag in the end of may. 
Comment by Johan Flyckt on April 20, 2011 at 8:02
The Mem-Project stands for Multicultural Europe in the Media and its ending now in May 2011. From us we have an interesting network to go forward with. In Sweden we now start a base named Glocal Community Voice where young adults and NGOs are supposed to work together with Swedish public service. If you are interested give me a message...
Comment by Marjan Tillmans on September 2, 2010 at 13:56
Check this out: http://www.reuterslink.org/courses/governance_nov10.htm. It's EJC's new governance course we are doing jointly with TRF. Sign up via Reuters link.
Comment by Emma Brewin on June 8, 2010 at 12:52
Day 1, Media NGO Fair 2010

Ognian Zlatev (Media Development Center, Bulgaria) & Josh Friedman (Columbia University, USA)

Ilona Moricz (Center for Independent Journalism, Hungary) & Yaroslava Sennikova (Center for International Media Ethics, Russia)

Miodrag Miljkovic (Media Centre Nis) & Marjan Tillmans (European Journalism Centre)

Gregory Kunis (Alliance of Independent Regional Publishers, Russia) & Vitaliy Moroz (Internews, Ukraine)

Sandor Orban (SEENPM) & Dominique Thierry (Media Development Consultant)

Andriy Kulakov (Internews, Ukraine) & Miodrag Miljkovic (Media Centre Nis)
Comment by Emma Brewin on June 8, 2010 at 10:13
Day 2, Media NGO Fair 2010

Ioana Avadani (Center for Independent Journalism, Romania)

Remzi Lani (Albanian Media Institute)
Comment by Vitaliy Moroz on June 7, 2010 at 16:36
good design of this site. EJC - cool!
Comment by Sasa Miljkovic on March 29, 2010 at 14:25
made it also! hello everyone!
Comment by Zaneta Trajkoska on March 18, 2010 at 22:39
:) hi
 

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