Get latest information on Zagreb training Print
Monday, 26 March 2012

The opening of the Legal Leaks training in escort bayan Zagreb is only two days away. We received numerous applications from all over the region. Together with 60 journalists from Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia we will be discussing access to escort bayanlar information as an important tool to empower journalists.

We start on Wednesday, March 28 at 6.00 pm at Novinarski dom with the key note speeches by ABC correspondent Borja Bergareche Sainz de los Terreros and investigative journalist Dušan Miljuš followed by a panel debate on “Open Government, Media Freedom, and the Role of the EU, OSCE and UNESCO”.

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Legal Leaks Training in Zagreb Print
Monday, 13 February 2012

The Legal Leaks training will empower journalists in Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia to use their national freedom of information laws as a regular part of their work. The training provides guidance on how to file freedom of information requests and contributes to protecting media freedom by delivering techniques by which journalists can protect the security of their data and of confidential sources of information.

Hungary: Proposed constitution is serious threat to right to information Print
Sunday, 17 April 2011

Budapest/Berlin/Madrid, 15 April 2011 – In yet another assault on freedom of expression and information the Hungarian government is set to adopt a new Constitution on Monday 18 April which will abolish independent oversight of the public’s right to know.

Human rights and media freedom groups today warned that the proposal to replace the independent Data Protection and Freedom of Information Commissioner with an administrative authority will seriously weaken the right to access to information in Hungary, which in 1992 was the first country in central and eastern Europe to adopt an access law.

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