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International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists

We, parliamentarians, have to do our utmost in order to end impunity for crimes against journalists, said Volodymyr Ariev, General Rapporteur on Media Freedom and Safety of Journalists. More

General Rapporteur demands explanations over far-reaching media restrictions in Turkey

The General Rapporteur on media freedom has asked for urgent clarification of the current situation regarding the closures of media outlets and the criminal prosecutions of journalists. More

Press freedom threatened by financial considerations

Participants in a hearing on media independence, investigative journalism and editorial integrity issued a warning about a form of "code of conduct" based on financial considerations that is gaining ground in many editorial offices. More

Getting young people involved in combating diploma buying and other forms of corruption

“Corruption, including in the education field, is extremely widespread virtually everywhere in Europe and has already led to too many young people becoming resigned to this fact,” said the rapporteur Eleonora Cimbro. More

Sport for all – far from a reality

Carmen Quintanilla (Spain, EPP/CD) Sport for all is far from being a reality. Lack of physical activity, which is a growing trend, costs economies around 80.4 billion euros a year in the EU countries alone, says rapporteur Carmen Quintanilla. More

Hearing in Paris on media independence, investigative journalism and editorial integrity

Media event © Shutterstock With a view to uphold media independence, investigative journalism and editorial integrity, the PACE Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media is organising a hearing in Paris on 1 June with a series of experts. More