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#ReportIt: Sharing solidarity with journalists facing sexist online harassment
Journalists Tanja Milevska, Anastasia Tikhomirova and Marianna Spring work in different countries for different media but have one thing in common: all have become targets for misogynist online harassment….
August 2018: 42 reports in EU member states, candidate states and potential candidate states
In August 2018, Mapping Media Freedom verified a total of 42 reports – many relating to the most serious categories of violations of media freedom – in 28 EU countries, five candidate countries and two potential candidate countries.
Mapping Media Freedom documents press and media freedom violations across Europe. The documented incidents are publicly accessible and can be explored, filtered and searched through the interactive Alert Explorer. Quantitative and qualitative analysis providing deeper insights and statistics about the press freedom situation in Europe is published within regular monitoring reports and fact sheets.
This project is run by the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR), a Europe-wide mechanism, which tracks, monitors, and reacts to violations of press and media freedom in EU Member States and candidate countries. This project provides legal support, public advocacy, and information to protect journalists and media workers.