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Paris attacks: journalists 'may suffer trauma'

Paris attacks: journalists 'may suffer trauma'

Reporters and camera crews who covered the terrorist attacks in Paris may suffer Post Traumatic Shock Disorder (PTSD). The warning comes from the Dart Center Europe’s Gavin Rees.more information

Wikipedia the first point of reference

Wikipedia the first point of reference

Wikipedian in Residence is a collaboration within the ECPMF between OBC and Wikimedia Italia. Read the interview with the first Wikipedian in Residence, Davide Denti.more information

UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Mehriban Aliyeva must be dismissed immediately

UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Mehriban Aliyeva must be dismissed immediately

The new European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) calls on UNESCO to dismiss its Goodwill Ambassador Mehriban Aliyeva immediately.more information

Police take over Turkish news media as election campaign turns nasty

Police take over Turkish news media as election campaign turns nasty

Violent scenes, a fired the Editor- in-Chief, a changed the editorial policy and the holding back of a EU progress report on Turkey.more information

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Day to End Violence against Women


get help As the United Nations call out the yearly International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 26th November, violence against female journalists is becoming an important topic, especially in online contexts.more information

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