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journalism

Why is fascism making a comeback?
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On the anniversary of the founding of the first Slovak Republic and amidst mass political unrest following the murder of Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kušnírová, Project Forum look at Slovakia's past, current events & the increased appeal of right-wing groups.
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Rising pressure – media freedom across Europe
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Index on Censorship launched the Mapping Media Freedom project with a discussion about the pressures journalists face throughout Europe. Focussing on increased political tensions, this discussion looks at the extent of the problems journalists are confronted with and asks what can be done to improve the situation.
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The price of media dependency: the media, banks and offshore financing
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What happens when the media become tools in the pursuit of political and financial goals? A look at the impact which falling journalistic standards and non-transparent media ownership have had on press freedom, the availability of information and democratic process in Bulgaria.
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Does fiction have a stronger impact than journalism?
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If folly and ignorance be the curse of mankind and all the world a stage, are plays or the press the best way to inform and and provide perspective? The Index on Censorship Big Debate at Leeds' Big Bookend Festival 2016 asks which medium has the most impact: fiction or journalism?
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Contemporary news media and fractured bonds of trust
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Depo analyses the Turkish media and its role in society and politics. With Esra Arsan, Sevda Alankuş and Umut Alphan, they look at the way the media has covered key recent events and consider how trust for traditional media sources has deteriorated.
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25 years after 1989: what has happened to media provision in Bulgaria?
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In the second of its cycle of 25th anniversary debates, The Red House compares the status of the media in communist Bulgaria with that of its present incarnation. Assessing their levels of independence and the bases of their content, this debate asks, whether the present situation is really any better than that of 1989 and how to ensure that it improves in the future. Watch the video highlights!
Eyes wide shut? Will the future of journalism mean we are better informed?
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What is the future of journalism and will it improve or worsen the information we receive? On the 22nd October, Rachel Briggs, Amie Ferris-Rotman, Raymond Joseph and Richard Sambrook came together at London's renowned Frontline Club to take a closer look at the future of reporting might look like.
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Trust & the media: who do you believe?
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How are young people portrayed in traditional media, how often do they get to have their own say and how is the emergence of alternative media altering their perception within society and their ability to make themselves heard? Free Word looks at how today's youth is perceived and how the internet is changing these perceptions.
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