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  • Protecting sources in the age of data journalism

    2016. 04. 19. | News

    The Center for Independent Journalism (CIJ) organised a workshop on 6th April for media students and jorunalists where journalists and legal experts discussed the ethical and technical challenges of protecting journalism sources and they also shared their experiences with accessing public data and recent legal changes related to freedom of information in Hungary.

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  • Workshops on new data-journalism tools in Budapest

    2016. 02. 26. | News

    Two workshops on data-journalism were held at the Center for Independent Journalism (CIJ) in February for journalists and media students to introduce some of the latest tools to research and analyse data. Investigative journalists presented and also discussed the status and current international trends of data-journalism.

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  • Journalism in 20 Years – International conference

    2015. 11. 25. | News

    The Editors’ Forum, The Center for Independent Journalism and the Goethe-Institut Budapest kindly invite you to their joint conference “Journalism in 20 Years” to be held in 7 December 2015 at the Petőfi Museum of Literature in Budapest. …read more »

  • Erasmus students visited CIJ

    2015. 07. 10. | News

    The Center for Independent Journalism (CIJ) hosted a group of international students from Erasmus Mundus Euroculture Master program of the University of Göttingen on June 30. The students were interested in different aspects of the work of civil society organizations and the media situation in Hungary.

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  • Media integrity matters

    2014. 06. 10. | News, News: South East European Media Observatory

    ‘Media integrity matters – Reclaiming public service values in media and journalism’ is the title of a new book of the South Eastern European Media Observatory. The collection of research reports published in May 2014 is an attempt to map the patterns of corrupt relations and practices in media policy development, media ownership and financing, public service broadcasting, and journalism as a profession. The book covers five countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia. …read more »

  • Five selected proposals for advocacy actions of civil society organizations

    2014. 03. 17. | News, News: South East European Media Observatory

    Five proposals from civil society organizations were selected to implement advocacy campaigns and organize actions aiming to support free, independent, pluralistic and viable media in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia – announced the Steering Committee of the project “South East European Media Observatory” today after having evaluated the applications received till the deadline of February 28, 2014. Civil society organizations from the above mentioned countries submitted 23 applications for this call. …read more »