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Ireland repeals blasphemy laws - who's next?

Ireland repeals blasphemy laws - who's next?

13.11.2018, LeipzigOh my God! OMG is such a common utterance in social media that no-one even notices it any more. But taking the name of God in vain – anyone’s God – is still a crime in many European countries. more information

Demonising the media: threats to journalists in Europe

Demonising the media: threats to journalists in Europe

9.11.2018Burned in effigy. Insulted. Spat at. Discredited by their nation’s leaders. Assaulted. Sued. Death threats. Assassinations. This is the landscape faced by journalists throughout Europe over the past four years. ECPMF partner Mapping Media Freedom presents its new report.more information

First stories published under IJ4EU fund

First stories published under IJ4EU fund

7.11.2018Corruption, murder of journalists, and lost children. IJ4EU, investigative journalism projects in Europe supported by the inaugural IJ4EU fund are off to a strong start.more information

Matthew Caruana Galizia: ever since then it’s just been like one long day

Matthew Caruana Galizia: ever since then it’s just been like one long day

2.11.20182 November is the International Day to end Impunity for Crimes against Journalists. The ECPMF spoke with journalist Matthew Caruana Galizia about the toxic price of impunity, the day his mother Daphne was murdered, and the future of his home country Malta.more information

Ján Kuciak's father: 'journalists should not be afraid to write'

Ján Kuciak's father: 'journalists should not be afraid to write'

1.11.2018It’s been almost nine months since the murder of journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancee in Slovakia. ECPMF’s Legal Advisor Flutura Kusari travelled to Bratislava again to monitor the state of the murder investigations. She also met Ján Kuciak’s parents. This is the interview.more information

A Daphne Caruana Galizia portrait for the European Parliament in Strasbourg

A Daphne Caruana Galizia portrait for the European Parliament in Strasbourg

24.10.2018"I wanted to not only honour this fearless journalist but also to keep her memory alive," says Scandinavian artist Marie Louise Kold whose portrait of Daphne Caruana Galizia was just hung in the European Parliament (EP) press room in Strasbourg.more information

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Concept of the enemy III - read online

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