Reports and Analysis

Press laws and media freedom: Needed Reforms. Essay by Toby Mendel, Executive Director, Centre for Law and Democracy Central argument: Media freedom is a right that belongs not only to the media but also directly to the public. In other words, it is in the wider public interest to have a free media...
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Thursday, September 5, 2013
يُشارك الصحافيون من شتّى أنحاء العالم في مسعى قائم ومتصل نحو تطوير وتعريف مهنتهم. بعض القضايا الأساسية التي نتعاطى معها تتعلق بالأساس وبالمقام الأول بأنفسنا: كيف نلتزم بالمعايير الأخلاقية ونؤدي عملنا طِبقاً لمدونات السلوك المهنية. هذه الحدود المُعَرِّفة لمهنتنا يجب أن تتّخذ طابعاً مؤسسياً، في خضم...
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Thursday, September 5, 2013
The responsibility of the media community. Essay by Yavuz Baydar, journalist and co-founder of P24, the Platform for Independent Journalism Central argument: Journalists around the world are constantly engaged in an ongoing endevaour to develop and define their own profession. Some of the...
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Thursday, September 5, 2013
While Algerian print media was liberalised with the introduction of private ownership in a reform package in 1989, ownership of audio-visual media (TV and radio), which constituted the largest sector of media consumption in Algeria, had remained a monopoly of the state over two decades. This report...
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Monday, August 29, 2016
This Report is a summary of the workshop “Toward a Media Regulatory Reform in Middle East and North Africa: Workshop on Regulation of the Profession of Journalists”, held in Tunis, Tunisia, on 6-7 March 2015. The workshop was attended by expert participants from Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Libya,...
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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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